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Forenzní analýza mobilních telefonů s OS Android
Thesis Forensic analysis of mobile devices running Android is focused on analysis of selected few communication applications running on OS Android, which is currently the most used OS for mobile devices. Main goal of this thesis is to find, analyse and document locations of data that can be potentially used as evidence.
Czech and European law of corporate groups - background and prospects
Chaloupka, Jiří ; Černá, Stanislava (advisor) ; Patěk, Daniel (referee)
Law of corporate groups deals with legal issues arising from the economic unity of the corporate group as a whole and the separate legal personalities of its individual members. This leads to a conflict between the interests of a parent company and the interests of its subsidiary. By using a comparative method, I analyzed in this thesis the laws of Germany, France, Great Britain and the U.S. to see how these countries regulate corporate groups and how they deal with the problems associated with them. Generally, legal approaches to the regulation of corporate groups can be divided into two groups - the German model that creates a complex system of special rules regulating corporate groups, and a model that regulates only specific aspects of corporate groups and leaves the solution of all other problems to the general regulation of corporations and judicial decisions. In the German model, it is possible to prefer the interests of the whole group at the expenses of the interests of a subsidiary under certain conditions, whereas the majority of legal systems adhere to the duty of loyalty. Moreover, the majority of legal systems prefer to provide instruments for the direct protection of subjects endangered by the creation of a corporate group, while German law focuses mainly on protection of the subsidiary....
Integration of the Financial Markets of the New Member States of the EU
Chaloupka, Jiří ; Taušer, Josef (advisor) ; Záklasník, Martin (referee) ; Varadzin, František (referee)
The subject of the thesis is the integration of financial markets of the new member states of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as the NMS). According to the standard economic theory, the process of financial integration should be associated with several positive effects, among others a) the enforcement of the law of one price in the form of the interest rate parity, b) the smoothening and the synchronisation of the consumption growth among countries, c) the increased diversification of investors portfolios, and d) the decreased dependence of domestic investments on national savings. These envisaged effects serve in the thesis as the indicators of the integration of NMS financial markets with the global financial market. These indicators show that the degree of the financial integration differs among the NMS, despite the fact that they all went through the process of integration with the EU. However, the order of the NMS based on the degree of their financial markets integration could not have been determined as each test indicated a different order. However, most tests indicated that there is a trend towards more integration of the NMS financial markets as the dependence of the domestic consumption growth on the global consumption growth has been increasing and the dependence of domestic investments on national savings has been decreasing. Surprisingly, the indicators did not prove the hypothesis that NMS financial markets are more integrated with the financial market of the EU, despite the fact that these countries had to open their markets to investors from the EU and had to harmonize their legislative requirements. Contrary to the results of previous articles, indicators used in the thesis show that majority of the analysed puzzles in international economics disappeared for large developed markets like the USA. On the other hand, these puzzles persisted for the NMS. Given that majority of the NMS adopted euro during the period under investigation, results presented above indicate that the financial markets of the NMS were not fully integrated with the financial market of the EU and therefore one of the conditions for the existence of the optimum currency area has not been met. Such result also contradicts the hypothesis of the endogeneity of the optimum currency area as the adoption of the common currency did not improve the degree of financial market integration.
Causes, impacts and solutions of the Greek financial crisis
Hliněný, Karel ; Sedláček, Jiří (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Jiří (referee)
This thesis deals with the analysis of the Greek crisis and with the shape of the Greek economy before the crisis. Furthermore, this work focuses on development in other European Union countries that have found themselves in similar problems, as the Greek ones. The final part of this thesis deals with provisional solutions of this crisis, at both national and international level. The thesis is divided into three main parts, which are gradually focused on meeting the objectives above.
Comparison of Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees
Kanta, Ondřej ; Nejedlý, Michal (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Jiří (referee)
The thesis focuses on comparison of the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees issued by the International Chamber of Commerce. The theoretical part characterizes the bank guarantee, states its classifications and options of insurance. The practical part includes a comparison of the Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees of 1992 (URDG 458) with their revised version of 1st July 2010 (URDG 758), summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of the new version for all involved parties and suggests possible improvements.
Mortgage Crisis in the USA - Causes and Consequences
Pavlík, František ; Čajka, Radek (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis is aimed at the U.S. motgage crisis from the year 2007, to find causes and to analyze consequences. The first part of this thesis deals with the mortgage crisis from 1920s and 1930s. Then there are mentioned risks of the mortgage loan and the thesis explains the term securitization. In the folowing parts there are described the causes and process of the current mortgage crisis, the role of the government institutions and impact on the economic situation and society.
Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes and Their Role in International Business
Jinoch, Pavel ; Černohlávková, Eva (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Jiří (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to analyze the functioning of bills of exchange/promissory notes in selected areas of international business, with an emphasis on their security and credit functions. The subject of the first chapter is the introducing the parties involved in bills of exchange, then the specification of the essentials of this instrument and the description of the main effects resulting from the use of clauses. The core of this chapter is the analysis of bills of exchange transactions. The second chapter deals with possibilities of using this commercial paper in the following banking products -- documentary credit, documentary collection, discount credit and forfeiting. The last chapter is dedicated to the analysis of a blank bill, with particular emphasis on the risks connected with this security instrument.
The export financing of small and medium-sized enterprises
Pisotchi, Olga ; Nejedlý, Michal (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Jiří (referee)
This work describes basic options of the export credit promotion of small and medium-sized enterprises in the Czech Republic offered by both the state and the private sector. The first part of the thesis focuses on defining the term "small and medium-sized enterprises" and a description of their economic importance. In this part I refer to their social benefits, economic status and forms of their internationalization. The second part deals with fund raising, both in terms of traditional and alternative methods. It is dedicated to state institutions providing the direct and indirect export credit promotion of SMEs in the Czech Republic. Furthermore it, in a limited range, dedicates to the export credit promotion agency CzechTrade, which provides valuable information not only for new exporters. The last part is a case study of a Czech company seeking the export credit promotion. The contribution of this work is the view of SME and their export credit promotion, which is coherent and clear, and can help SMEs with an orientation between a number of different alternatives to finance their export.
Integration of European Financial Market
Chaloupka, Jiří ; Sedláček, Jiří (advisor) ; Bureš, Jan (referee)
This theses analyses a proces of the european financial integration. First part summarises opinions on financial integration among contemporary economists. The following part describes a proces of harmonisation of financial law in EU. Another two chapters briefly analyse consolidation of market structure and supervision. Last part measures the level and speed of financial integration.
CzechInvest vs CzechTrade - should they be merged?
Dunčková, Ivona ; Čajka, Radek (advisor) ; Chaloupka, Jiří (referee)
Cílem mé bakalárske práce je nalezení ideálního řešení pro společné fungování agentúr CzechInvest a CzechTrade na domácím i zahraničném trhu a jejich současné postavení v rámcí zahranično-obchodních aktivít.

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