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Rationality of the Debtor
Procházka, Ivan ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Kuchař, Pavel (referee)
This work deals with the indebtedness of consumers. It examines the causes of the debotrs themselves. Based on a secondary analysis of past research in the area of financial literacy, consumer behavior, statistical data, but also of qualitative research in the form of case study seeks to answer the question why the debtor becomes the debtor, the extent to which the indebtedness and indebtedness viewed as rational behavior but also if the debtor is accompanied by rational reasoning or irrational behavior. It concludes that the debtor can not be considered entirely rational. Applied policy then the issue of over-indebtedness problem takes into account the irrational assumptions by the debtor only marginally and does not reflect as one of its main causes.
Rationality of the Debtor
Procházka, Ivan ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Kuchař, Pavel (referee)
This work deals with the indebtedness of consumers. It examines the causes of the debotrs themselves. Based on a secondary analysis of past research in the area of financial literacy, consumer behavior, statistical data, but also of qualitative research in the form of case study seeks to answer the question why the debtor becomes the debtor, the extent to which the indebtedness and indebtedness viewed as rational behavior but also if the debtor is accompanied by rational reasoning or irrational behavior. It concludes that the debtor can not be considered entirely rational. Applied policy then the issue of over-indebtedness problem takes into account the irrational assumptions by the debtor only marginally and does not reflect as one of its main causes.
Derivations of personal names
Vanišová, Anna ; Hrnčířová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Smedts, Willy (referee)
Title: Derivations of personal names Author: Anna Vanišová Department: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts Study program: Netherlandistics Supervisor: PhDr. Zdenka Hrnčířová Number of pages: 104 Attachments: 45 pages Year: 2011 Key words: derivations, derivatives, suffixes, personal names intuitive forming, productivity This thesis aims to analyze of selected derivations of personal names. Names were chosen to include a range of various suffixes, which are a common base for derivations. The practical part of this work investigates the knowledge and correctness of spontanious intuitive creating of lexicalized derivations of personal names. The research is conducted by questionnaires of Dutch and Czech native speakers.