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The impact of CAP on czech agricultural system
Dalecký, Jan ; Procházková Ilinitchi, Cristina (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee)
The diploma thesis looks into the impact of the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU on agrarian sector of Czech Republic. The target of this diploma thesis is to determine wheter the accession within the EU and application of the CAP policies has had positive or negative influences on Czech agriculture. The first chapter, explains the craetion, targets and principles of the CAP. Next, discusses reforms and changes that influences Czech Republic, and describes how is the system financed thorought history. The chapter that follows, is about Czech agriculture sector. It's analyses it's development after 1989 and the agricultural policy before and after EU accession. The final and last chapter shows tangible financial payments from EU to the Czech Republic. Financial payments are divide into direct payments and rural development. The conclussion, analysis of the impact of CAP on development, benefits and international trade that accession brought to Czech
Business Groups in Japan: Characteristics and Management
Matoušková, Adéla ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee)
This thesis characterises organizational structure of business groups in Japan in the 21st and 22nd century. Research is conducted on the basis of organizational theory, which is introduced in the first chapter. Typical organizational structures prevalent in Japan during the period in question, principally keiretsu and zaibatsu are emphasised. Author consequently analyses Toyota business group, which is commonly described by the pundits as vertical keiretsu belonging at the same time to different horizontal keiretsu groups. The relevance of keiretsu in the new millennium is discussed in the conclusion of the diploma thesis.
Effect of the Federal Reserve's actions on the U.S. economy between 1987 and 2016 through a prism of the Austrian School of Economics
Karas, Jan ; Hnát, Pavel (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee)
This thesis aims at discovering whether actions of the Federal Reserve System have a negative impact on the U.S. economy. The first chapter considers theoretical economic impacts of central banking through a prism of the Austrian School of Economics. This chapter aims at finding out whether central banking is compatible with a sustainable economic growth and whether business cycles are not caused by interest rate manipulation by central banks. The purpose of the second chapter is to assess the influence of the Fed on the American economy between 1987 and 2016 and compare impacts of actions of the Fed on different social classes.
Standard of living in the Czech Republic in comparison with its neighbouring countries
Košková, Magdaléna ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Sankot, Ondřej (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to assess the standard of living in the Czech Republic and compare it to Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland. The countries are compared based on following indicators of standard of living: gross domestic product in purchasing power parity per capita, gross national income in purchasing power parity per capita, Human Development Index, Inequality adjusted Human Development Index, Lorenz Curve and Gini coefficient all studied in the year 2015 with the development from 1990 to 2015 considered. In the theoretical part of this thesis, the problem of defining and measuring standard of living is analysed in detail and the applied indicators of standard of living are briefly explained. The thesis analyses the standard of living of given countries based on previously said indicators, it also briefly researches the approach of governments of those countries and their historical and cultural conditions, which are crucial for the standard of living. Finally, the standard of living of the countries is compared and evaluated. Set hypothesis is that the critical view of Czechs on the standard of living in the Czech Republic is not justified. Therefore, the state and the development of satisfaction of the Czechs through the reference period is included as well.
Abenomics and its impact on japanese economy
Machalová, Lucia ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse the impact of the so called abenomics reforms on the japanese economy and to assess its success and effectivity. It will consist of three main chapters. First chapter will describe how the japanese economy developed and what has caused its current state. Second chapter will explain how so called three arrows of abenomics work. Last chapter will analyse how successful these reforms were in meeting their goals and will try to estimate the future development of the japanese economy.
Udržitelnost německého ekonomického modelu v globálních politických změnách: migrace jako výzva nebo příležitost
Lacová, Lucia ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Novotná, Markéta (referee)
This thesis is devoted to the description of the German economy throughout recent decades including the unification and introduction of the euro. The thesis enumerates the basic features of the German economic model and identifies the main policy failures, as well as successes of its government. An important part of this thesis concerns the consequences of the introduction of euro and the subsequent increase in the competitiveness of the German economy at the expense of the other Eurozone members. The main part of this thesis investigates the economic sustainability of the German economic model in the context of the current European refugee crisis. This thesis focuses mainly on the challenges and opportunities brought by the changing global environment and it examines the changing population trends in Germany and the possible scenarios immigrants can cause. It finds opportunities of how the German economic model could be changed towards the better sustainability.
Chinese Foreign Direct Investment to Europe: Factors, Trends and Impact of Chinese Investment Activity on the European market
Holavová, Petra ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (referee)
Master's thesis analyses investment from the People's Republic of China to Europe and seeks to understand what motivates Chinese investors and what impacts does Chinese investment have regionally, as well as on individual European countries. The primary objective of the thesis is to provide comprehensive basis for further analysis of Chinese OFDI in Europe and to evaluate the impacts of Chinese investment activity on the European market.
OPEC: an effort to maintain market position
Brückler, Jaroslav ; Vošta, Milan (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee)
This work is describing an effort of OPEC to maintain its oil market share. The aim of the dissertation thesis is to examine the oil market and provide an insight on members of the OPEC in their effort to pursue their intentions on this market. The thesis looks in to the conditions on the oil market and examine the possibilities of OPECs influence on the oil price through supply cuts and subsequent effects on oil market, competitors and OPECs market share. In additional, the thesis looks in to the history of relations between the member states and in to its capabilities in fulfilling of agreed limits within the OPEC. In the thesis are also mentioned new competitors and their influence on this market or their capability of decreasing OPECs market share.
Globalisation and international trade in goods
Zvarková, Petra ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Sankot, Ondřej (referee)
The bachelor thesis analyses the impact of globalisation on the field of international trade in goods. The first part elucidates theoretical sources and development of international trade in goods during the course of the most striking periods of its progress. The second part considers the term globalisation and its impacts on the area of international trade in goods. The third part is based on the analysis of selected macroeconomic indicators and refers to the specific impacts of globalisation in world´s largest economies.The conclusion is dealt with the impact of globalisation on the world economy in the field of trade in goods.
The Impact of the Global Crisis 2008-2009 on the US Economic Policy Development
Mintál, Jakub ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Jedlinský, Jakub (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to characterize the development of economic policy from the beginning of the financial crisis to the current policy in the United States and to determine the impact of this policy on the economy of the United States. The first chapter of this thesis deals generally with the global crisis and solves the cause of the crisis. The second chapter deals with economic policy and describes anti-crisis measures of fiscal and monetary policy. The last chapter deals with the development of key macroeconomic indicators, the development of government debt and Fed's criticism, and evaluates the effectiveness of economic policy.

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