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Comparation of Taxation of Family in the Czech Republic and Selected Countries OECD
Klenorová, Lenka ; Kašparovská,, Vlasta (referee) ; Lajtkepová, Eva (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on comparation of taxation of family in the Czech Republic and selected OECD countries. The first part summarizes theoretical knowledge about personal income tax, its structural components and basic information about taxation of personal income according to national regulations. Second part analyses taxation of the incomes from employment in the Czech Republic, Ireland and Germany. The last part gives suggestions and recommendations for the Czech Republic.
Comparison of Corporate Tax in the Czech Republic and Germany for a Selected Limited Liability Company
Hyršová, Tereza ; Šimeček, Filip (referee) ; Lajtkepová, Eva (advisor)
The thesis is focused on corporate income taxation, namely limited liability company. There is a comparison of the corporate tax between the Czech Republic and Germany in order to define the procedure for calculating the tax liability for both countries. For the purpose of the thesis, a Czech limited liability company is selected for which the tax liability is calculated and proposals for the future are drawn up.
Germany's commitment to CSDP operations: comparing the cases of the DRC and Libya
Westenberger, Kay Louise ; Karásek, Tomáš (advisor) ; Beneš, Jan (referee)
This thesis analyses Germany's commitment to multilateral military operations. Following the research question why Germany participates in some multilateral military operations but not in others, Germany's respective decision-making process regarding troop deployment in the DR Congo in 2006 on one hand and military non-engagement in Libya 2011 on the other hand is traced. By contrasting the concept of strategic culture with a purely rational assessment of the factors of alliance politics, risk-analysis and military feasibility of the operations, the decisiveness of taking into account Germany's strategic culture to explain deployment decisions is stressed. Neither is there a lack of external pressure for German military participation in the case of Libya, nor is the military operation in the DR Congo decisively less risky or militarily more feasible. Rather, Germany's multilateral and anti- militaristic strategic cultural strands affect its decision-making. Next to demanding a thorough justification and legitimization of any military engagement, two red lines for military deployment can be identified. First, Germany refuses to act unilaterally and displays a high reluctance towards military engagement outside the multilateral framework of the UN, NATO or EU. Secondly, Germany rejects to engage in...
Causes of electoral success and failure of pirate parties
Vosátka, Petr ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Stauber, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis aims to identify the possible causes of the success of pirate parties in Iceland and the Czech Republic. The success is defined as entering the national parliaments. This was failed by pirate parties in Sweden and Germany despite their popularity. Thus, the work examines four political parties and four countries in which these parties are located. The purpose of the analysis is to find out what makes the successful parties different from the unsuccessful ones or what the successful parties have in common. The analysis is based on testing and measuring the factors contributing to the initial success of the new political parties and to the ability of maintaining their popularity. The theoretical framework for the electoral success of pirate parties is measured by factors that are derived primarily from the theory of the rise of new challenger parties by Airo Hino and from the concept of the organizational strength of political parties by Margit Tavits. The framework is expanded with additional indicators proposed by the author. The basis of the tested groups of factors is composed of quantitative variables, that includes the institutional conditions, socio-economic conditions and political conditions of the systems in which the parties are located, as well as the strength of the...
The Great Powers and the Winter War: Approach to the Soviet-Finnish Conflict
Mečířová, Šárka ; Švec, Luboš (advisor) ; Litera, Bohuslav (referee)
This thesis deals with an approach of Great Britain, France, Germany and the United States to the winter war. A military conflict between Finland and the Soviet Union, which began without any declaration of war on 30th November 1939 and ended by the Moscow peace treaty on 13th March 1940. The aim of this thesis is to analyze power interests and motivation of mentioned great powers in ongoing crisis. The analysis is followed by their comparison based on analysis of primary and secondary sources. This comparison implies that even though mentioned states found common ground, like England and France did in the case od nordic intervention, or their approach was similar by chance, their motivation was different and was influenced by different factors.
The Influence of the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games on the Foreign Policy of Nazi Germany and its Image in the International Community
Pokorný, Jiří ; Emler, David (advisor) ; Smetana, Vít (referee)
The theme of the bachelor thesis is the influence of the 1936 Summer Olympic Games on the foreign policy of Nazi Germany and its image in the international community. The thesis aims to verify whether the Nazis managed to use the Olympic Games to improve the image of Nazi Germany abroad and then to leave the unfavorable foreign policy position in which it was located. The bachelor thesis is divided into two well-arranged parts, in the first one the author deals with the starting position of Germany in the international community and his foreign policy before the Olympic Games. In addition, in this section he deals with the Olympic Games themselves. In the second part, based on newspaper articles and an internal report produced by the Foreign Office, the author investigates the influence of the Olympic Games on the image of Germany abroad and later on its foreign policy. The Nazis sharply opposed the Olympics at a time when they were assigned to the fragile Weimar Republic as an award for their efforts to return the country to the cultural society of modern states. However, they realized in time what opportunity they had been given, and after joining the power they organized with great effort spectacular and, in many ways, progressive games that predetermined the direction the Olympic Movement would...
The Intervention of the Central Czecho-Slovak Government in Slovakia in March 1939, Causes and Consequences
Fišar, Jan ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Švec, Luboš (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the political-military intervention of the Czecho-Slovak government in Slovakia in March 1939 focused on the stabilization of domestic tensed situation. The main aim of the thesis is to find out, which causes and consequences led to the intervention and analyse the perception of the intervention from Czech, Slovak and foreign perspective. For that reason an analysis of the tensed domestic situation influenced by the Slovak autonomistic and secessionist movement as well as unfavourable international situation in 1938 and 1939 seems to be necessary. Another part of the thesis is an analysis of the immediate causes and consequences of the intervention for the Czechoslovakia as well as an outline of its course. The final part is dedicated to the analysis of the old Czech, Slovak and German press and the perception of the intervention from their point of view. This is also important for the understanding of the perception of the intervention in 1939.
Impact of nuclear power plants decommissioning: comparison of Germany and the Czech Republic
Myslivcová, Kateřina ; Holubcová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kučerová, Irah (referee)
The diploma thesis examines the effect of decommissioning of nuclear power plants on the energy security of two European countries - Germany and the Czech Republic. First, the author focuses on theoretical anchoring of energy security. The practical part then examines both countries from the perspective of their energy mixes and policies and infrastructure interconnection. This is the starting point for the comparison of the effects of the decommissioning of nuclear power plants. Second, the author presents three scenarios to replace nuclear energy, exploring how German and Czech energy security will change. The first scenario is the use of renewable energy only. The second option is a combination of renewable energy and coal. Finally, the third option is again a certain proportion of renewable energy along with natural gas. Last but not least, the author concludes in the presented paper that, despite the various possible combinations of how to replace nuclear energy, both countries would be worse off within the framework of energy security.

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