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Real estate taxation
Filipová, Markéta ; Vondráčková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Novotný, Petr (referee)
Real estate taxation Abstract The aim of the diploma thesis is to introduce in detail Act No. 338/1992 Coll., On Real Estate Tax, as amended. The structure of the chapters is usually divided as well as the real estate tax itself on land tax and building and unit tax. A detailed analysis of individual tax elements and an examination of possible de lege ferenda proposals for potencial changes that could be made in the Czech real property tax law are provided. The thesis consists of 8 chapters. In the introductory chapters, the thesis deals with the general characteristics of taxes, the various constructional elements of the tax and the changes made by the recodification of private law, which influenced more than just the title of the real estate tax. The main content of the thesis is in Chapter 3, which gives insight into the theme by giving a detailed introduction of the various elements of the tax. The object of the tax, subject of the tax, tax basis and tax rate are presented. Chapters 4 to 7 deal in detail with tax exemption, tax rate issues, tax administration, and the comparison of the revenue from real estate tax and the revenue from the real estate acquisition tax. Both of these taxes relate to real estates and belong to the category of property taxes. The thesis also deals with a description of the...
The way to the provisional arrangement in Bonn. The selection process of the capital in FRG (1948-1949)
Filipová, Markéta ; Nigrin, Tomáš (advisor) ; Picka, Ondřej (referee)
This thesis deals with issues concerning national capitals and examines crucial factors for their choice. Usually, the capital is seen not only as an administrative centre, but it also plays a vital role for both the society's development and an individual's identity. The Federal Republic of Germany is specific in the European context. Its center is not historically rooted and was repeatedly moved according to regime changes. This applies also for the considered situation after the World War II. Disputes between the occupation powers resulted in the formation of two individual states with West Berlin being an isolated island surrounded by East Germany. A provincial city of Bonn was chosen to serve as a temporary seat of the West German government, while favored Frankfurt am Main surprisingly failed to qualify. The objective of this case study is to scrutinize whether it was a decision determined by external geographic factors, an internally motivated political plan, or a mere coincidence. The answer is based on a thorough analysis of arguments and motivations of the main players. It tracks the development of the whole process especially focusing on the period 1948-1949 while searching for its milestones. The fact that Bonn was able to provide all the desired prerequisites appears to be crucial. Due...
Historical Self-awareness
Filipová, Markéta ; Štindlová, Marie (referee) ; Kvíčala, Petr (advisor)
Diploma thesis called Historical Self-consciousness works with the topic of personal art history, that is natural to the work of every author. Time is cyclic and different epochs are changing and overlaping. Diploma thesis is result of my very long interest in history and understanting to this term, as it have been changing during my studies.
A Journey to Prehistory
Filipová, Markéta ; Rozbořil, Blahoslav (referee) ; Kvíčala, Petr (advisor)
The topic of my bachelors degree is closely linked to the movie shot by Karel Zeman. It is a story about four boys who decide to travel to the beginning of the time. The whole complex is connected to the opening scene of the movie, when the boys float through the cave into prehistory. This scene became symbolic and also the motif of the "journey" is present nearly in all the paintings. Journey to the beginning of time is a metaphor to study of prehistory. It is a mental travel to the history, travel that helpes us to understand the forgotten reality.
Pharmacovigilance of Medicines
Dvořáková, Ilona ; Lešetický, Ondřej (advisor) ; Filipová, Markéta (referee)
The objective of my Bachelor thesis is to analyse development of pharmacovigilance and adverse event reporting in the Czech Republic and other countries, with a focus on the changes in the number of adverse event reports over the last thirty years in Czech Republic and comparison with development of adverse event reports in other countries and prediction the possible trends in adverse event reporting in the future. My Bachelor thesis will also contain definitions of adverse events in accordance with the Medicinal Products Act No. 378/2007, as well as a detailed description of the adverse event reporting procedure, the persons who are obliged to report adverse events, and the systems in place for reporting adverse events by pharmaceutical companies. I will also include a chapter on the history of pharmacovigilance in the Czech Republic and in other countries and a description of how the Uppsala Monitoring Centre, WHO's centre for monitoring adverse events, works. A section will be dedicated to pharmacovigilance tools used by State Institute for Drug Control, with a detailed focus on selected side effects of drugs reported in the recent years. In the final chapter of my Bachelor thesis, I will map the development of the number of adverse event reports in the Czech Republic and in the other countries with the aim of predicting potential trends in adverse event reporting in the future.

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