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Evaluation of Economic Efficiency and Financial Feasibility of Investment Project carried out with Municipality
Kladivová, Tereza ; Vaňková, Lucie (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the evaluation of economic efficiency and the financial feasibility of the project realised by the municipality. The thesis consists of theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical background chapter, the author introduces the topic of the public sector and the public investment project. Furthermore, this thesis discusses methods which are used for evaluation of economic efficiency of the public projects and also their financing. The second part deals with the case study of the parking house project in Litomyšl. The author uses knowledge from the theoretical part to evaluate the effectiveness of the project and possible sources of financing.
Optimization process decisions on the selection of public project in building industry
Srba, Martin ; Schneiderová-Heralová,, Renáta (referee) ; Zúbková,, Mária (referee) ; Götzová,, Dagmar (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The aim of this dissertation is to find a suitable methodological procedure of evaluation of public investment project. In the methodological part the defining the procedure for economic evaluation of specific projects in the field of leisure infrastructure is formulated. The emphasis here is primarily on the assessment of non-financial benefits and costs. This procedure is subsequently verified on selected case study.
Agent-Based Analysis of Market Potential for Electric Vehicles in the Czech Republic
Wojnarová, Renáta ; Kukačka, Jiří (advisor) ; Chorna, Olena (referee)
This study explores the economical, ecological, and social impact of poten- tial rise of the number of electric vehicles in the Czech Republic. For this purpose, the methodology of agent-based modelling and cost-benefit analysis is used. Particularly, a simple agent-based model in the NetLogo software is created and calibrated to the Czech environment. It enables us to examine the impact of possible policies aimed at increasing electric vehicles' market potential. Results of the cost-benefit analysis suggest that under the current Czech conditions, over their whole life cycle, electric vehicles produce less CO2 emissions in comparison to conventional internal combustion engine vehicles and thus, are more ecological. With the actual policy without any financial incentives, however, electric vehicles' total costs connected to their purchase, usage and maintenance for an average Czech consumer are still higher com- pared to conventional vehicles. If the government would intend to signific- antly increase electric vehicles' market share, both financial incentives and policies making their everyday usage easier are suggested to be implemented. Purchase discounts together with accessibility advantages are, according to this analysis, the most effective ways. Charging infrastructure development and electricity...
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Fish Processing in Ghana
Arthur, Elizabeth Raheema
The main objective of this diploma thesis is to ascertain the level of profitability from fish processing (canning) using the company MYROC Food Processing Company as a case study from 2005 to 2008. The results of the work were done using some financial statements from the company. The diploma thesis consists of two parts. The first part is the theoretical part which describes the fishing industry in Ghana and the benefits of fish processing, concept of cost and benefit analysis, sensitivity analysis and concept of financial analysis. The second part is the practical part where, the cost-benefit analysis, sensitivity analysis and some financial ratios were used. There is also the bankruptcy model that is used in predicting financial distress. In the conclusion, there are some recommendations for improving the financial situation of the company.
Evaluation of behavioral insights with its aplication in the Czech Republic
Makovec, Petr ; Cingl, Lubomír (advisor) ; Štěpánek, Pavel (referee)
Implementing behavioral insights into policy making goes along well with widespread effort for increased efficiency. From the public budget administrator point of view, this efficiency is crucial since it directly affects the current state of the budget. The theoretical part of this thesis consists of description of the most important parts of behavioral economics that can be used during the creation and setting of public policies. It also consists of brief description of current behavioral insights teams that are already using the insights representing more realistic behavior and decision making of individuals. In the analytical part of this thesis, I provide methodology of experiment evaluation as well as result extrapolation facets and risks. Those experiments usually take place before any reasonable extension is made. I also provide financial analysis of several experiments, should they be extended to larger group of individuals. In the last chapter of the analytical part, I discuss the possibilities of implementation of behavioral economics in the Czech Republic. Based on the calculations I ran, even a small change of the environment where people make decisions can significantly improve the results of the intervention, all that with minimal costs. It is however important to point out that not all behavioral insights inspirations end with success. Application of behavioral insights into policy making has got a great potential when it comes to the Czech Republic, as I show Using two examples from Health care and taxes revenues.
Effectivity assessment of the implementation of the reporting system
Řežábek, Martin ; Lorenc, Miroslav (advisor) ; Vladyka, Štěpán (referee)
Thesis is focused on effectivity assessment of the reporting system of the selected company and the comparison of the former and current reporting solution. This is achieved by the appropriate literature research, creation of the individual assessment model based on the methodology of the analogy from the information systems assessment and based on the experience of the selected company's employees and the experience of the experts in the field of corporate financial management with the focus on the reporting systems. Model is defined by the set of criteria structured into the groups and by the weights assigned to criteria along with the value for each of them. The last phase consists of stepping out of the individual assessment and defines the generally applicable model, usable on the wide range of different reporting systems.
Economic Analysis of Organizing Ice Hockey World Championship 2015 in Ostrava and Prague
Halásová, Michaela ; Soudek, Jan (advisor) ; Fišerová, Tereza (referee)
In many cases the organization of major sport events brings various benefits to hosting economies, especially those resulting from encouraged tourism. However, these events carry extensive costs coming mostly from public resources which could be used for other purposes, e.g. healthcare. The main goal of this thesis is to analyze the socioeconomic impact of the Ice Hockey World Championship 2015 on Prague and the Moravian-Silesian Region using a Cost-Benefit Analysis in which costs and benefits are summed up and benefit-cost ratio calculated. In our analysis we conclude that the event was beneficial not only for the Czech Ice Hockey Association; the hosting organization reporting profit of 450 million CZK before taxes but also for the regions with a benefit-cost ratio of 5.53, meaning that the benefit created equals 5.53 times the amount the regions invested into the event. Moreover, in this analysis we confirm an overall positive effect of the championship on tourism. Keywords cost-benefit analysis, Ice Hockey World Championship 2015, Prague, Ostrava, Moravian-Silesian Region, economic impact, major sport events, tourism
Self-employed - burden of national budget or an opportunity for unemployed?
Mach, Tomáš ; Ochrana, František (advisor) ; Řípová, Karolína (referee)
This thesis focuses on the dilemma of self-employment. It tries to explore the relationship between self-employed people and public finances in general. The goal itself is an analysis of the relationship between public budgets and payments of the self-employed. But for more the thesis adds calculations of two hypothetic models of regulation and deregulation. Secondary goal is an evaluation of a self- employment status as solution for unemployment. Rational choice theory and prospect theory are also used along the way. As methods of research, the cost-benefit analysis and questionnaire survey was used. According to the outcomes of calculations etc. the result seems to be negative in economic way for current setup of payments with dominant loss of potential financial resources in retirement funds. Nevertheless, a number of savings also takes place. But even mentioned savings can't cover the discrepancy between potential incomes and real ones.
Analysis of economic methods applied in regulatory impact assessment
Malinská, Barbora ; Gutiérrez Chvalkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Serdarevič, Goran (referee)
This thesis analyzes the topic of economic methods applied in regulatory impact assessment (RIA). The sense of a RIA system, assumptions of its effective functioning and its place in the framework of the EU's and Czech Republic's legislative process are introduced. Economic methods often used within the regulatory impact assessment process are discussed. The thesis empirically examines the progress in RIA methods quality between 2008 and 2011 in the Czech Republic and determinants of RIA methods quality are identified. We come to conclusion that the quality of RIA methods in the Czech Republic grows with expected costs of the regulatory policy and in case of RIA carried by an external subject.
Modelling of Economic Efficiency of Transport Infrastructure Projects
Michalik, René ; MBA, Vladimír Kotek, (referee) ; Korytárová, Jana (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with a cost-benefit analysis of investments in road infrastructure. The thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part includes a description of the cost-benefit analysis procedure and a deeper description of evaluating investments in road and highway constructions. The practical part deals with the specific investment for the construction of highway. This involves applying information from the theoretical part to this specific investment and evaluating the economic efficiency, including risk analysis. The main indicator of the economic efficiency is the net present value.

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