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THE EFFICACY OF DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE IN COMPARISON TO TRADE SUPPOR: Opportunities of the Czech Export Bank to enhance the quality of the aid
Buchlová, Helena ; Kotýnková, Magdalena (advisor) ; Granja, Monika (referee)
This thesis concentrates on the examination of the effectiveness of development assistance and its comparison to the effectiveness of the integration of developing countries into foreign trade. The main aim of this study is to determine, whether the effectiveness of development assistance could be increased through closer interconnection with trade support. Consequently, the possibilities of the Czech Export Bank's participation in such arrangements are examined. The dependence of gross domestic product, gross national income per capita and life expectancy at birth on the amounts of development aid received and on the openness of development economies is measured by Pearson's coefficient of correlation and subsequently compared. All indicators were obtained from the databases of the OECD and the WB. The results showed a much more positive connection between openness and the factors examined than they did for the correlation between the amounts of the development aid received and the same indicators. The investigation in the Czech Export Bank revealed various opinions, it certified, however, that a closer connection between development assistance and the business sphere can be advisable. The support of the integration of developing economies into international trade was proven to be effective in a long run and the resources of development assistance should be used to establish the necessary technological and theoretical background to make it happen.
Economic expansion of China to Africa
Hvoždová, Vladimíra ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Zapletal, Petr (referee)
The goal of the thesis is to characterize specific features of China's foreign policy towards African continent and to analyze whether China is capable of contributing to long-term sustainable development in the poorest region of the world. The first chapter is focused on the theory of economic diplomacy and decribes its main functions, tools and actors. Following part represents a brief overview of the history of sino-african relations, with the aim to define the main motives for mutual cooperation. The characteristic of economic relations between China and Africa follows, with the focus on trade, foreign direct investment and development assistance. Conluding part deals with the identification and evaluation of main benefits and threats of the growing presence of China in Africa with respect to the long-term sustainable development in the region.
Social capital and development assistance
Štourač, František ; Chalupníček, Pavel (advisor) ; Kubelková, Karina (referee)
Objective of the first part is to find suitable definition of capital. For this reason is here made a brief summary of the history of economic thoughts about capital. Then is selected the proper definition according to previously defined requirements and criteria. Second part is based on the formerly founded definition of capital, which then helps to clarify the social capital definition. Moreover are in this following part analyzed main contributions to this topic. The final part focuses on the role of social capital in the development assistance. Here are described not only the results of the Official development assistance, but also some alternative approaches. At the end are proved by measuring and comparison the previously obtained theoretical outcomes. These are made on the case of sub-Saharan Africa countries.
Development Assistance of Czech Republic in Latin America
Fričová, Iva ; Pavlík, Petr (advisor) ; Machytka, Daniel (referee)
This final thesis describes new transformed system of development assistance in Czech Republic and provided forms of assistance in Latin America. In firs theoretic chapter we can read about this current system. Secon part is dedicated to concrete forms of development assisance in each state in LA. Other part describes economic relations with Czech Republic measured by turnover.Finaly there is summary informing about influence of commerece realtions on providing the development assistance.
Development assistance of the Czech Republic: A case study of Mongolia
Řandová, Štěpánka ; Lehmannová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
The thesis deals with the development assistance of the Czech Republic. The first part focuses on explanation of the definition of the development assistance, its historical development and incorporation into the international context. Through a historical excursus occurs to the individual motives for its provision. The second part is devoted to development assistance of the Czech Republic, its territorial and sector orientation and motives of the Czech Republic for its provision. The third part focuses on Mongolia as a partner in development assistance of the Czech Republic.
Providing of development assistance trough microcredits
Rippl, Josef ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Ashraf, Shahed Jamal (referee)
The objective of this bachelor's thesis is microfinance in the developing world. The goal was to determine whether microfinance is viable alternative to development assistance. First part of the thesis is concerned with analyzing developing countries and is trying to explain reasons behind their low performance. Next is a description of different versions of the development assistance. The main part of the thesis is focused on the history of microfinance, the main principles of their functioning and explaining the process of the provision of microcredit. It shows what are the benefits of microfinance for their users, but also criticizes microfinance. A closer look at microfinance in practice is demonstrated in an example of the Bangladeshi Grameen Bank, the oldest microfinance institution in the world. In this part, two lending programs and their rules are described: Grameen I and Grameen II.
The Ethical Aspects of International Development Assistance and Humanitarian Aid
MILNAŘÍKOVÁ, Jitka
This thesis deals with the ethical aspects of the development assistance and the humanitarian aid. The provision of international assistance has brought lots of successes, however, it also faces a numer of failures and it is associated with many errors and prejudices. This thesis deals with the concrete ethical principles of the internetional aid such as humanity, solidarity, subsidiarity, justice or responsibility and their limits, as well as some of dilemmas of helping workers.
International development assistance - New ways of fighting against poverty
Hylmarová, Tereza ; Volenec, Otakar (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with the matter of development and methods of formation and goals of providing the development asistence. Furthermore, it describes the attitudes of various stakeholders participating in development cooperation. The author, in addition, offers tools for success in the fight against poverty and for achieving sustainable socio-economic development. Emphasis is placed on the microfinance system, which serves to ensure that poor people are given the opportunity to do business and escape the poverty by their working and effort.
Millennium Development Goals
Urban, Petr ; Kapinusová, Jana (advisor) ; Kotýnková, Magdalena (referee)
The objective of my bachelor thesis is to judge problems of the third world countries with the emphasis on african continent. I will especially focus on economic and social problems of the countries. I will try to judge potential solving problems not only in economic way. I will also focus on political structure of the countries and its role in looking for reasons of poverty and I will try to find out how to prevent the consequences depend on political instability in the regions. I will try to give the answer what is the main function of international organisations, if the millennium development goals are realized and if the financial aid used on development projects is efficient.
Neverending african way out of vicious circle of poverty
Schwarzová, Markéta ; Písař, Pavel (advisor) ; Loužek, Marek (referee)
In my baccalaureate thesis I would like to analyze the effeciency of existing develompent assistance to the poor countries (based on Africa). I will evaluate the results of the policy of The International Monetary Fund and World Bank, and review their contribution to the critical situation in these countries. I will also address the denying of the theory of the "vicious circle of poverty" and outlining a possible solution for Africa helping it to fight the poverty -- in the form of microcredits. I would like to emphasize the fact that "develompent assistance " might be a misleading yet powerful term. It is misleading because it is not a voluntary assistance, and according to the latest results it is not even an effective assistance. It is more negative and this negates the meaning of the word " assistance ". It is powerful with respect to a question to whom exactly this "development assistance " helps -- if it is not to the people of developing countries for whom it is intended? And why instead of searching for another way to fight the poverty immense amounts of money are spent although the history proves that this kind of help has negative influence to the economies of developing countries and in reality it harms more than it helps.

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