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The Long-term Energy Planning
Pallová, Ivana ; Paar, Martin (referee) ; Radil, Lukáš (advisor)
This bachelor‘s thesis deals with long-term energy modeling. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to the explanation and description of the main parts of econometric models and comparison of these models. Then explains a description of LEAP modeling software. The practical part is focused on data analysis and their use for creating model of the energy system of the Czech Republic. The next part describes the creation of the model with information about input data and their expected progression until 2040. The last part is devoted to control and evaluation of results from LEAP modeling software.
Application of consumption function on CR
Poncar, Jaroslav ; Hušek, Roman (advisor) ; Formánek, Tomáš (referee)
Consumer function is a standard instrument of quantitative economic analysis to examine the relationship between consumer expenditure and income or other influencing factors such as liquid assets, interest rates or various demographic and social factors. In this thesis are presented the most frequently used methods in econometric analysis of consumption function. Attention is paid to the hypothesis of absolute income, relative income, life cycle, permanent income, rational expectations and consumption function based on the error correction model. Furthermore, the suitability of individual models for the current economic situation in the Czech Republic is assessed. Subsequently an empirical model of consumption function for the Czech Republic is designed and tested. Furthermore, the estimates of each consumption function model for the period before and after economic crisis of 2008-2009 are performed and compared. Finally, a short-term prediction of the consumption of Czech households is made.
Analysis of the impact of ageing on health care spending in selected countries of the Commonwealth
Konířová, Kristýna ; Hulíková Tesárková, Klára (advisor) ; Kraus, Jaroslav (referee)
Analysis of the impact of ageing on health care spending in selected countries of the Commonwealth Abstract This thesis examines and analyses development of population ageing in Australia, Canada and New Zealand and especially its impact on the spending in the sector of health care. It includes comparison of demographic trends and description of health care systems in selected countries. The analysis is then processed by an econometric model focused on the impact of population ageing on government spending and spending of the private sector on health care through life expectancy at birth, ratio of population aged 65 years and above and other indicators. The modelling is carried out using linear regression, vector autoregression and fixed effects model in panel data. The results show that population ageing indeed affects through different intensity both government and private sector spending on health care in Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
Analysis of ZOO Brno Attendance
Stejskalová, Markéta ; Šustrová, Tereza (referee) ; Novotná, Veronika (advisor)
The main aim of this diploma thesis is to analyse visitation of the zoological garden in Brno and to make recommendations which could result in higher values of visitation. The major causes of the fluctuation in visitation are found out and the econometric model is created. Due to this model, we can predict the future values of the reference indicator. In order to determine the interdependence between Zoo Brno attendance and the number of guests accommodated in the South Moravian Region, the econometrics model of South Moravia Region visitation was created too. Based on the analysis of external and internal environment, recommendations which could positively influence Zoo Brno attractiveness and number of its visitors are suggested. All used methods of analysis and creating model are presented in the theoretical part of this diploma thesis.
Modelling commodity chain of grapevine
Bílá, Iveta ; Malý, Michal (advisor) ; Tereza, Tereza (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with examining of relationships within the commodity chain of grapevine, which make a basis for prognosis creation. The first part describes methodical approaches that are needed for the creation of econometric models and also basic regularities within the commodity chain. The second part contains a summary of findings about the grapevine commodity chain. The third part introduces practical part, where forecasts based on three econometric models are created. The models are the representatives of grapevine production, wine consumption and industrial producer prices. Time series of the variables are deeply analyzed. Using the method of least squares models, estimated parameters, are founded. Afterwards they are verified on the economic, statistic and econometrics level. The verification discloses determinants of development and confirms a good prognostic characteristics thus the forecast for following three years can be created. The forecast shows slightly decreasing and finally increasing trend can be noticed, that is desired. The character of consumption model prognosis is slightly decreasing which is related to preference of domestic production and its higher price either. The prognosis of price model higlights significant fall of industrial producer prices about 24 %. The reason of that may be caused of cheaper wine imports. From domestic producers´ point of view this situation is unwelcomed.
Econometric analysis of the determinants of demand for coffee in Czech Republic
Brummerová, Zuzana ; Čechura, Lukáš (advisor)
The Econometric analysis of the determinants of demand for coffee in Czech Republic assesses the impact of selected factors on coffee consumption in the selected period. The thesis is devided into two main parts. The first theoretical part describes the general character of econometric analysis, its goals and its partial methods. This part also discusses the characteristics of the analyzed commodity and it is coffee. The second practical part assesses what factors significantly affect the consumption of coffee, determines dependence of coffee consumption on the determinants of demand and finally derives forecasts of coffee consumption in future periods.
Fiscal policy and analysis of unemployment in the Litoměřice region
Brůnová, Tereza ; Hřebík, František (advisor) ; Jitka, Jitka (referee)
This master's thesis deals with fiscal policy and the analysis of unemployment in the region of Litoměřice. The first section summarizes theoretical findings in the area of fiscal policy, unemployment, and the labour market. This section also describes specific elements of the labour market and the risk groups in it; forms and tools of fiscal policy; types of unemployment and its impacts; and tools for decreasing unemployment. The practical section of this thesis provides the general characteristics of the region of Litoměřice. Unemployment in the region is explored according to age structure, length of unemployment, structures of available job positions and the degree of education achieved among unemployed individuals. In addition, this section compares the region of Litoměřice to the Ústí Region in terms of unemployment. By using an econometric model, the impacts of selected variables are quantified on the ratio of unemployed persons in the region of Litoměřice. The model contains quarterly data from 2010 to 2015. At the end of the practical section, the influences of individual variable models are expressed relatively via elasticity coefficients.
Modelling commodity chain of beef
Nováková, Lucie ; Malý, Michal (advisor) ; Kateřina, Kateřina (referee)
The submitted diploma thesis deals with modeling the commodity chain of beef, namely the impact of the relevant variables in the production and consumption of beef in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part deals with econometric modeling and general characteristics of the commodity chain. The second section summarizes the process and the economic aspects of beef production in our country. In the practical part there are formulated, specified, quantified and verified two econometric models. The first model deals with addiction beef production in selected variables. The second model solves the question of influences on consumption of beef. The prognosis of future development for the period 2016- 2018 was determined on the basis of these models. The latest model captures the price transfers within the commodity chain of beef.
Trend of beer trade
Kolář, Petr ; Šánová, Petra (advisor) ; Markéta, Markéta (referee)
Thesis The beer trade trends identifies variables which have an impact on the consumption of beer and predicts the trend of trade in beer in the Czech Republic in the globalization context. To achieve the results was used linear econometric model. Using the Method of least squares determined the size and direction of individual variables for beer consumption. Based on the verified model is a model applicated and based on software Gretl is predicted the beer consumption for a period of 3 years. The biggest influence on beer consumption has production, nominal wages (adjusted for inflation), and the impact of the economic crisis. The prediction is dependent on the lingering economic crisis, beceause the predicted values for 2015 are higher than beer consumption in the same year by 3 litres. The lingering economic crisis has an impact in 2015 on the consumption of beer and during 2016 this dependence should disappear. Trend beer consumption is rising to the level of 146 l per person per year.
Analysis of the determinants of consumption of selected agricultural products
Šťastný, Jakub ; Hálová, Pavlína (advisor) ; Petra, Petra (referee)
This thesis deals with the econometric modelling of selected factors affecting the consumption of wheat bakery products in the Czech Republic and Austria between 1995 and 2014. There is a gluten problematic mentioned in the theoretical part and its impact on human organism, followed by an explanation of the consumer s behaviour and his reaction to the development of the price of the goods and his income. The thesis itself is divided into two parts. In the first part there are the time series analyses which are then investigated for their suitability for the subsequent modelling. The second part focuses on the construction of a single-equation model of the wheat bakery products consumption using an econometrical model. Finally there is a quantification of the impact of the individual factors on the wheat bakery products consumption in these two countries based on the coefficients of elasticity.

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