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Asymmetric developments in the EU: Is the Lucas Paradox behind?
Štěpán, Jaroslav ; Baxa, Jaromír (advisor) ; Dědek, Oldřich (referee)
Development in European Union is showing that even despite high amount of effort in economic integration, differences in cross-country development are still at play. Indications about Lucas Paradox can be observed, due to inefficient flow of capital. Aim of this study is to quantify, whether this Lucas paradox is present in EU and how it contributes to convergence or divergence between countries. Comparison of panel VAR impulse-response functions is used for evaluation. Results suggests, that Lucas paradox can be identified between Euro area vs non-Euro area countries and Euro area core vs periphery. Furthermore, capital misallocation regarding these four groups prevents possible short-term economic convergence.
Analysis of environmental investments in Moravia-Silesian region in period 2012-2015
Štěpán, Jaroslav ; Macháč, Jan (advisor) ; Čermáková, Klára (referee)
Moravian-Silesian region belongs in long term to areas with high level of air pollution. Since the government support to deal with this problem, significant amount of environmental investments are there allocated. Their influence on economy of the region is crucial to evaluate. Goal of thesis is to confirmate a hypothesis about zero change of multiplication effect from chosen environmental investments on net profit and net taxes. Regional static Input-Output model, which had been extended by household consuption, was developed for purpose of evaluation.The model results in positive net profit multiplication worth 8,24 % and net taxes worth 5,82 % of the whole value of investments in all examined periods. According to performed calculation the initial hypothesis is disproved and on the basis of multiplication effects the environmental investments can be subsidized not only by subjective reasons (reduction of air polution) but also by objective economic arguments.
Incoterms 2010
Havránek, Filip ; Sato, Alexej (advisor) ; Štěpán, Jaroslav (referee)
This bachelor thesis explains the terms of delivery in international sales agreement, concretely with the rules from Incoterms 2010. The thesis contains definitions of delivery terms and often made mistakes connected with them. It is focused on the last publication of the delivery terms, called Incoterms 2010. Furthermore the thesis specifies the position of the delivery terms in the international sales agreement and defines the international sales agreement and its parts.The practical part shows the use of the delivery terms on concrete supplier and customer flows in the company Lear Corporation Czech Republic s.r.o.

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