• Sharad Kumar Unicaf University




Financial Management, Sustainable


This concentrate on a very basic level recommends how financial management is basic in the maintainability cycle. The exploration depends on the need of revelation of maintainability reports, putting together financial choices with respect to corporate supportability in capital planning and related angles and the estimation too relief of manageability chances. The associate between financial development and manageability is given just as case examination of the Asian and Western financial model frameworks separated for the investigation of the importance of the ideas in reality. At last, the examination explains a prescient model rule for trouble distinguishing proof and assessment in different firms for different interest parties as an element of nonfinancial and macroeconomic components.


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Author Biography

Sharad Kumar, Unicaf University

Ph.D. in Management and Law, UNICAF, ACFE Texas, USA, ICSA, USA, IIQM, Teaching Faculty at Unicaf University, University of South Wales, India


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How to Cite

Kumar, S. (2021). EXAMINING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES & DEVELOPMENT. Economics, Finance and Management Review, (3), 59–68. https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5208-2021-3-59



Chapter 2. Development of Finance, Accounting and Auditing