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Economic Efficiency of Public Construction Project
Weber, Jiří ; Hromádka, Vít (referee) ; Korytárová, Jana (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deal with economic efficiency of public construction project. Information about efficiency it takes from Cost-benefit analysis. Cost-benefit analysis compares economic cash-flow and it rates project´s usefullness versus total project´s cost. In the economic cash-flow are financial cash-flow, as investment, yield and cost, and socioeconomic cash-flow. In thit part is project´s effect on the community in the formof benefits and savings. This effect we can see in a project as a unit price. For this cash-flow result indexs of ekonomic efficiency, which evaluates efficiency, or demand of grant. The one of part economic efficiency is project life cycle´s financial sustainability.
Analysis of the municipal budget and the investment plan
Valachová, Tereza ; Hromádka, Vít (referee) ; Vítková, Eva (advisor)
This bachelor thesis defines the municipality from the point of view of law, describes the municipal budget and its characteristics, local budget, its distribution and structure, describes the budget outlook, budget process and its individual phases. It deals with investment construction projects, project life cycle and also financing of public projects. The project is a case study, which concerns a park area.
Variant project solution
Prokůpek, Martin ; Hromádka, Vít (referee) ; Vítková, Eva (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with what is the project, its life stages and the variation possibilities of the project. The case study examines the different project options, focusing on the capacity and staffing needs. Economic indicators are also important for this work, which are key to comparing the options.
Economic Evaluation of Project Carried out by Private Investor
Pospíšil, Přemek ; Rusek, Jan (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the focus on the economic evaluation of the project realized by the private investor. The theoretical part deals with the characteristics of the private sector and the life cycle of the building. The following are indicators for assessing effectiveness. In the practical part there is a case study dealing with the economic aspect of the project.
Financial Feasibility of Investment Project
Maňáková, Kateřina ; Vítková, Eva (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is financial viability of investment project. This text is consisted of two parts – theoretical part and practical part. Theoretical part deals with characteristics of investment project and its life cycle. In addition this part also contains evaluation of economic and financial viability of the project and its possible financial resources. Practical part is case study of road construction project in the village Ořechov. This part by using the knowledge from theoretical part evaluates financial viability of the project and its possible financial resources.
Economic and Financial Evaluation of Project Carried out on Municipal Level
Khaliliya, Shirin ; Burešová, Eva (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the evaluation of the effectiveness of public investment, which is implemented at the municipal level. A cycle path is chosen as a specific public investment.
Economic Evaluation of Project Carried out on Municipal Level
Kaňa, Jan ; Holá, Michaela (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
This bachelor thesis described an economic evaluation of a public investment project which was implemented at the municipal level. The theoretical part focused on induction to the problem by explanation of basic concepts, presentation of various possible methods for evaluation of public projects, and overview of possible ways to finance the project at the municipal level. The practical part evolved a case study which examined an economic evaluation of ‘sokolovna‘ reconstruction in a village ‘Kobylí‘, followed by determination of requirements to gain critical variables efficiency and critical input values from the investor's point of view.
Economics of brownfields regeneration
Lukele, Petra Elly ; Pospíšilová,, Barbora (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (referee) ; Špirková,, Daniela (referee) ; Korytárová, Jana (advisor)
The dissertation thesis focuses on the economic view of interventions in the extensive brownfields, ie uninhabited parts of cities, abandoned halls, buildings, industrial zones. It monitors the factors influencing their regeneration, deals with ecological and related financial issues. It examines the possibilities and ways of financing the recovery of these abandoned and unused areas. The work demonstrates the suitability of using the CBA method to determine the economic efficiency of brownfields regeneration projects. Whether the regeneration of brownfields is economically efficient, establishes a new indicator cef as the difference between the financial and economic profitability of the project. The work verifies the suitability of using the indicator on a research sample of 28 implemented brownfield regeneration projects. At the end of the thesis, the expected value of the social benefit of Monte Carlo is determined with the support of the Crystal Ball simulation software.
Truska, Adam ; Kocanda,, Pavel (referee) ; Tomek,, Aleš (referee) ; Tuza,, Karel (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The largest post-war economic crisis, which began spreading to the world in the second half of 2008, hit all sectors negatively. An important lesson from the analysis of the crisis is not its causes, but rather the reference to the drawbacks of globalization, in the form of dismantling the consequences of this crisis. Building industry is a specific branch of the Czech economy, which has responded to the outbreak, the course and the retreat of crisis, in a unique way. Both pre-investment and investment phases of a construction project are time-consuming, resulting in a delayed response - inertia, to changes in the state of the economy that are reflected in aggregate demand from which demand for construction output is derived. The thesis focuses mainly on the development market, where it focuses in detail on evolution of housing construction in the pre-crisis, crisis and post-crisis period. The set of incorrect steps, decisions and inactivity of residential developers caused a unique phenomenon - the house-offer crisis. Therefore, the result of the work is methodological recommendations - a set of steps whose observation should reduce the negative effects of the crisis on the construction industry and avoid the re-emergence of the house-offer crisis. Economic cycles give us two assurances: each growth is followed by fall and vice versa. Nowadays it is not possible to predict the causes of the future crisis or its length, but it is important to prepare for it.
Risk Analysis in Transport Infrastructure Projects
Hašek, Jiří ; Holá, Michaela (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The subject of the master’s thesis is a risk analysis in transport infrastructure projects. In the theoretical part, I deal with public sector, life cycle of the project, evaluation of public projects, conception of risk, clasification of risk, risk analysis and valuation of the risk. In the practical section I process risk analysis of the project in transport infrastucture.

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