Unang Mulkhan

PhD Student

Room: 3B45
Email: unang.mulkhan@stir.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)7821402353

Subject/Title: Exploring Ethical Organisational Behaviour in the Indonesian Mining Industry 
First Supervisor: Dr Knut Laaser
Second Supervisor:  Dr Scott Hurrell (Glasgow University)
Dr Cecile Rozuel (Lancaster University)


BA Business Administration, Brawijaya University, Indonesia, 2005.

MBA in Corporate Strategy and Economic Policy at Maastricht School of Management (MSM), The Netherlands, 2011.

Unang Mulkhan is now a PhD student at the University of Stirling commencing in October 2012 under the supervision of Dr Knut Laaser (Stirling University), Dr Cécile Rozuel (Lancaster University) and Dr Scott Hurrell (Glasgow University). His research is funded by the Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education. 

Conference Presentation

1)      A research paper on "Corporate Sustainability Reporting: a content analysis of CSR reporting in Indonesia and the Netherlands" at the 4th World Business Ethics Forum (WBEF) in Hong Kong, December 2012.

2)      “The Relevance of Virtue Ethics for Ethical Organisational Policies and Practices
(A Case Study in the Indonesian Mining Industry)”, at Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences and Business Management Pathway 2015, Aberdeen University 9 – 10 April 2015.

3)      “The orchestra of complexity: exploring ethical organisational behaviour in the Indonesian Mining Industry”, at The Management, Work & Organisation Seminar Series, Stirling University, 12 April 2016.

Research Interest

He has research interests in area of business ethics, ethical theories, ethical organisational behaviour, and corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Teaching Experiences

Unang Mulkhan has various teaching experiences to undergraduate students at Lampung University, Indonesia. He gives lectures on:

  • Strategic Management
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Business Simulation
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