Unang Mulkhan received his Ph.D. in Business Ethics on ‘exploring ethical issues in the Indonesian Mining Industry’ from the University of Stirling, Scotland in the UK. He holds an MBA in Corporate Strategy and Economic Policy from the Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands with his Master's Thesis on “Corporate Sustainability Reporting: A Content Analysis of CSR Reporting in Indonesia and the Netherlands”. He also received a post-graduate diploma in Sustainable Local Economic Development from Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS), Erasmus University Rotterdam. He has deep knowledge in the area of business and human rights, sustainable development, and climate change by involving in several projects such as UN SDGs Diagnostic Acceleration with UNDP, localizing human rights in the context of SDGs and human rights cities with Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI) and United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC). He joined a project on green growth in Vietnam supported by CSEAS Kyoto University in Japan. His publication includes:
1) Eco-Justice Perspective and Human Rights-Based Approach to Responsible Business in the Indonesian Mining Industry. Handbook of Business Legitimacy, edited by Jacob Dahl Rendtorff published by Springer Nature Switzerland AG, in 2020.
2) Challenges of the Virtue of Friendship in the Mining Industry: A Case of Multicultural Society of Indonesia. Asian Journal of Business Ethics, 10(1), 19-35, Springer Nature Switzerland AG, in 2021.
3) Ethical and Sustainable Business Organization: New Ways of Thinking and Acting, edited by Langergaard L.L in New Economies for Sustainability. Ethical Economy (Studies in Economic Ethics and Philosophy), Vol 59. Springer, Cham, in 2022.
4) Development and Stakeholders in Encyclopedia of Stakeholder Management, edited by Jacob Dahl Rendtorff and Maria Bonnafus-Boucher, published by Edward Elgar Publisher UK in 2023.