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Statistical analysis of the dependency time series of the natality and nuptiality in the Czech Republic
Opluštilová, Jolana ; Arltová, Markéta (advisor) ; Blatná, Dagmar (referee)
This diploma thesis is dealing with the study of dependence between birth and marriage in the Czech Republic in 1973-2016, this period is divided into two time point, due to the demographic transition and the new political regime, before 1989 (state regulated economy) and after 1989 (the changeover to a market economy). The basis for multidimensional analysis of time series is the starting point for finding the relationship or dependency between the monitored characteristics. The demographic indicator of birth rate (natality) is characterized by the number of live births and the marriage rate (nuptiality) by the number of marriages in the Czech Republic, available at monthly frequency. In the introduction of this thesis, the hypothesis of the absence of dependence (relationship) between the observed time series is determined, which will be analysed at the end of the analysis for both time series. The results of this thesis can be helpful not only to experts who were engaged with this issue in detail, but also to those interested in demographics or time series, because the prediction of these indicators will be simulated in the end of this paper.
Statistical analysis of the development of the fecundity and fertility in the Czech Republic and the European Union
Opluštilová, Jolana ; Arltová, Markéta (advisor) ; Langhamrová, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of demographic development of fecundity and fertility in the Czech Republic and European Union. The total fertility rate and crude birth rate are the main demographic data this bachelor thesis is based on. The aim of the thesis is to determine the most suitable trend function for the number of all births in Czech Republic from 2003 to 2013. Secondary purpose of this bachelor thesis is to predict the number of all birth up until the year 2015.The results of the survey carried out in this bachelor thesis are hoped to be helpful to the experts dealing with the topic of the demographic development of fecundity and fertility.

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