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Sharing economy as an innovative exchange instrument in the area of financial services in the context of an ongoing digital revolution in the Czech Republic in 2016
Demyanenko, Sergey ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Brabec, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis examines the issue of so called sharing economy and its impact on consumer behavior of individuals in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part of thesis defines the historical, social and economic context, that enabled the emergence of this modern exchange model and provides an overview of the financial services in the sharing economy operating on the Czech market. The empirical part presented in the form of a questionnaire survey reveals the main benefits of services of the sharing economy, defines the perception of financial services of collaborative consumption by a specific group of population of the Czech Republic and examines the potential development of this model as a whole. The results of the research indicate that, notwithstanding the relatively low level of trust in the collaborative consumption services and quite limited familiarity with the financial services of the sharing economy, the future positive development of this exchange model, which under the right conditions will gain significant national economic significance, may be expected.
Economic and other impacts of health education at primary schools in the Czech Republic in 2016
Piskora, Jakub ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with economic and other impacts of health education practiced in primary schools in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two chapters. The first theoretical chapter describes the field of health education and his significance, then health itself as a determinant of the socio-economic development of the country. At the end of the chapter are summarized the risk areas. In the second practical chapter, the questionnaire survey is performed and analyzes the current status of health education. Secondly, suggestions and recommendations of respondents are examined to improve the effectiveness of health education. As a result of the research, I find that the current state and conditions of the health education are at a good level.
Inclusion and Its Expected Social-economic Impacts at Elementary Schools in the Czech Republic in 2016
Krákora, Jan ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with inclusion at elementary schools in the Czech Republic and tries to estimate expected social-economic impacts. In the theoretical part of the thesis terms such as integration and inclusion are defined, then the current legislationrelating to the education of pupils with special educational needs is described and last but not least the system of the Norwegian and the Finnish special education is presented. Firstly, the practical part shows based on macroeconomic data that inclusion may have positive economic impacts on assumption that sufficient financial sources are invested and appropriate conditions are set up. Finally, the results of the own questionnaire surveyproving that the appropriate conditions are not set up for the persons concerned in the Czech Republic.
Is in the Czech republic possibility of lack of own doctors in next five years ?
Virt, Petr ; Kobliha, Pavel (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
During last couple of years in Czech republic became very common a phenomenon of brain drain, especially among doctors. This thesis should analyse this phenomenon and describe it. It is using comparation of collected data and it´s commentary. This thesis is describing factors and motivations, which leads to brain drain and transcribing them into absolute numbers during years. There is also cought changes in wages of Czech doctors between 2000-2013. At the end of thesis are conclusions, how this phenomenon affects society.
The long-term unemployment in Prague in 2017
Helekal, Michal ; Vostrovská, Zdenka (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
This bachelor´s thesis is focused on long-term unemployment in Prague. It explores the current situation of the long-term unemployed in Prague and their approach to a job search. The approach means a willingness of long-term unemployed to return into the labour market, their awareness of instruments of active labour policy and the state of their labour mobility. The essence of the practical part of the thesis is a survey, in which the labour office provided a questionnaire to the long-term unemployed. Long-term unemployed in Prague are motivated to work and they are able to commute. Nevertheless, the serious problem appears because of rigid labour mobility. Knowledge of implements of active labour policy is not perfect, there is a space for some improvement. Within the practical part a few recommendations are mentioned, which could help with reducing long-term unemployment.
Labour force mobility of citizens of the Czech republic within the countries of the European Union in 2016
Kubíčková, Iveta ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Prudká, Šárka (referee)
The bachelor thesis provides a comprehensive insight into the issue of mobility of Czech citizens within the European Union. The theoretical part deals with basic theoretical approaches to migration, the brief development of the European Union's common migration policy and employment policy, including the current instruments supporting labour migration and the legal definition of free movement of workers. The practical part contains statistical data and results of the research, of which primary objective is to find out the current approach of Czech citizens to the possibility of working abroad. Primarily, it reveals and explains the main motivational factors and, on the other hand, the most significant obstacles for Czech citizens to make a decision to leave their homeland for work in foreign countries, including factors that have a significant influence on their motivation or obstacles.
Public investments into tertiary education in 1996-2001 period and the estimation of their rates of return.
Kozár, Filip ; Klement, Josef (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
Presented bachelor thesis focuses on tertiary education in the Czech republic. The main aim of this thesis is to estimate rates of return from public expenditures on tertiary education in the 1996-2001 period. The practical part deals with the evolution of human capital theory and two alternative theories - signalling theory and theory of screening. The next part goes in the direction of theory of human capital investments and their measurment methods. The analytic part starts with analysis of the tertiary education sector in Czech republic, including its historical development and international comparison. The second chapter is based on model definition. The model is further used to estimate net present values, internal rates of return and payback periods of public investments into tertiary education. The analytic part ends with a brief discussion and the result comparison with other authors. In a simplified way it is worthwhile for the state to finance tertiary eduction, the only exception being female pedagogical sector graduates.
Analysis effectiveness of ESF subsidy means and its influence on unemployment rate in Usti Region in 2007-2015
Cruz, Vladimír ; Strejček, Ivo (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
The main goal of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate effectiveness of ESF subsidy means and its influence on unemployment rate in Usti Region in 2007-2015. Often unconvincing results of project activities that were subsidized from ESF means, which are meant to be used to lower unemployment, give rise to negative criticism and the opinion that these projects and thereby the subsidies are inefficient. The main hypothesis of this bachelor thesis is that subsidies from European Social Fund to lower unemployment in Usti Region are not used efficiently considering the difference between planned and real output. Research results in this thesis support this hypothesis, because the efficiency could be provably higher. The theoretical part is focused on defining of basic terms that are related to this topic including terminology of subsidies, funds, unemployment, labor market and public choice. The practical part consists of analysis of unemployment rate in Usti Region in 2007-2015, which is compared to situation in the Czech Republic and European Union and of analysis of efficiency of projects subsidized from ESF regarding labor market.
The Coordination of Social Security System in the European Union in the Case of Pensions (2016)
Měska, Ondřej ; Brabec, Petr (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis presents a complex analysis of the social security system in the European Union with a special emphasis on the pension systems, or better, their coordination. The existing level of pension systems coordination has been a result of a long development process that is reflected in a sophisticated legislation. The thesis also introduces a case study in which an individual has gained a working experience from five EU countries and applies for the retirement pension in the last of these countries. This case study has been prepared in order to review the overall pension system functionality as well as to demonstrate its weeknesses. In the final part of the thesis, the author summarizes his recent conclusions and finds the EU system to be very elaborate in the field of legislation and its overall coordination. However, the system hardly allows to an ordinary citizen to calculate his/her expected retirement amount that would i.e. enable him/her to anticipate his/her standard of living as a retiree.
Development of health care costs in the Czech Republic in the period 2004 - 2016 depending on the demographic development
Remešová, Karolína ; Lukášová, Tereza (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the analysis of the development of costs of health care in the Czech Republic in the period 2004 - 2016, depending on the demographic development. In the theoretical part of the thesis, the author characterizes basic typology of health systems and demographic indicators, which are important in the creation of state policy in the field of health care. The practical part contains a detailed analysis of the total healthcare expenditures that are compared with the macroeconomic indicators and economic facts, and the analysis of the demographic processes over the monitored period. In 2014, total healthcare spending was nearly 300 billion crowns, which is the historical maximum, and in 2015 health care was 7,7 % of GDP. The demographic trend is the aging of the population and the decline in birth rates, which has a significant impact on the growth of total health expenditure. The author makes recommendations on reforming healthcare financing and effective functioning.

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