Key Financial Ratios Analysis for Manufacturing Companies- A Bibliometric Analysis

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Dr. Vikas Sharma, Dr. Yogesh Kumar Jain, Kshitiz Jangir, Dr. Nitin Pathak


Many industries have recently expressed an interest in the financial sector. The financial industry has developed innovative financial services in several areas. Financing is a viable alternative to the traditional financial systems. Scopus identified 668 publications relevant to the scope of this study. Many instruments were used to create the graph, including the Scopus dataset, Microsoft Excel for journal citation analysis, and VOSviewer for data visualisation. The purpose of this study is to identify the most influential studies and authors, to expose the distribution and impact of publications in key financial ratio analysis for manufacturing from the Scopus database between 1986 and 2021. The results show that Italy,China, and the United Kingdom. are the most influential journals. According to this study, key financial ratio analysis research was clustered into four categories. Computer science, business administration, economics, and social sciences such as psychology, art, and humanities, among others, indicate a systematic map and schematic of previous research. To develop products, themanufacturing industry must use inventory, equipment, and employeesoptimally. The findings create a complete map of the existing research.

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