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Crowdfunding as a way of successful financing
Krejčů, Dominika ; Svobodová, Ivana (advisor) ; Müllerová, Jana (referee)
This dissertation thesis deals with crowdfunding campaigns in terms of their structure and important elements of successful crowdfunding projects. The main aim of this thesis is to create a set of recommendations for the creation of successful crowdfunding projects. In order to achieve this task, the statistical method of binary logistic regression analysis is used to determine the effect of the utilization of the introductory video, the number of updates during the duration of the project, the number of imagines, the number of words in the project description, the duration of the project and the project category on the probability of success of the project. The first part of this thesis is composed of the description of different concepts of crowdfunding including their historical context, the crowdfunding business models and the project typology, chosen platforms and the principals of their operation, chosen successful campaigns and their structure. In the analytical part I deal with the impact of the above mentioned variables on the probability of success.
Male-female income inequality in the labour market of Czech Republic
Krejčů, Dominika ; Macáková, Libuše (advisor) ; Korlyakova, Darya (referee)
Equality of all people without regard to their race, religion or sex is one of the basic ideological principles of democratic states in contemporary Europe. Yet it is commonly known fact that men and women are not considered as equal in all spheres of life. This thesis deals with gender discrimination in the labour market of Czech Republic, with an emphasis on male-female income difference. The main aim of this work is to determine and compare the influence of sex, education and profession on the salary amount and male-female income difference. The statistical method of regression analysis (OLS) is used to achieve this task. General terminology, sociological concepts and economic explanatory models concerning gender discrimination are explained in the first part of this thesis, together with the brief history of female position in the Czech (Czechoslovakian) labour market. The second part evaluates the extent of influence of sex, education and profession on the salary amount.

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