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Evaluation of the efficiency of the investment project on the farm
ŠTĚRBOVÁ, Jana
The subject of this work is to evaluate the efficiency of an investment project in an agricultural company. The intended investment is the construction of a biogas station. Two investment options are analysed. Because the company has a possibility to ask for drawing a subsidy from the Program of the countryside development, the first option is without drawing a subsidy, and the second option is with a subsidy. Evaluation of investment efficiency is carried out by static and dynamic methods. Then the impact of the project on the financial stability is rated using financial analysis. Based on performed calculations, though the option with the subsidy generates better results, it is detected that both variants are effective, and both reinforce stability of the company
Monetary Policy, Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stabiliy in the Post-Crisis Framework
Malovaná, Simona ; Holub, Tomáš (advisor) ; Teplý, Petr (referee) ; Juselius, John Mikael (referee) ; Šaroch, Stanislav (referee)
This dissertation consists of four empirical papers analysing and discussing central bank policies in the post-crisis period. After the global financial crisis central bankers and other regulators have faced many new challenges, including a prolonged period of acommodative monetary policy, side effects of monetary policy easing on financial stability and interaction of macroprudential, microprudential and monetary policy. On top of that, policy makers must deal with uncertainty surrounding the transmission and the effectiveness of newly introduced macroprudential measures. The empirical analyses focus primarily on the Czech Republic and its banking sector, with an exception of the first essay. Using data for the Czech Republic and five euro area countries, the first essay shows that monetary tightening has a negative impact on the credit-to-GDP ratio and banks' capital-to-asset ratio, while these effects have strengthened considerably since mid-2011. This supports the view that accommodative monetary policy contributes to a build- up of financial vulnerabilities, i.e. it boosts the credit cycle. The second essay assesses the transmission of higher additional capital requirements stemming from capital buffers and Pillar 2 add-ons on banks' capital ratio, capital surplus and implicit risk weights. The results...
An investigation of Foreign Currency loans exposure contribution to the soundness of the Financial System
Özalan, Eda ; Tůma, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Jakubík, Petr (referee)
This thesis investigates the impact of foreign currency lending on financial stability for the case of Balkans, CEE and Balkans and CEE together. Such investigation has been carried out by identifying the impact of foreign currency lending across 3 main channels, which are: 1) households, 2) non-financial corporations, and 3) central government. This thesis was able to prove the foreign currency lending relevance, significance, main impact, and remarkable heterogeneity characterizing the Balkans and CEE samples. With respect to each of the subsamples and the full sample, the results can be summarized in 3 main points. For the case of Balkans, the financial instability has been identified to be transmitted through the household and government channels. Regarding the CEE, the dynamics are completely different as household channel provides mixed evidence, while the non-financial corporation one serves as the main transmission channel. When investigating the full sample, it has been pointed out that the prevailing dynamics reveal the non-financial corporation and government channels as the ones with the largest contribution to financial instability. JEL Classification C33, C36, F34, G20, G21, G32 Keywords Financial stability, foreign currency lending, household, non-financial corporation, central...
Macroprudential Policy and its Impact on the Real Estate Market
Wdowyczynová, Lucie ; Malovaná, Simona (advisor) ; Holub, Tomáš (referee)
After the recent world financial crisis, macroprudential policy tools have started to play an important role in maintaining financial stability. In many countries, the tools have been extensively used only in recent years and their effectiveness is often difficult to assess. Using an index as a proxy for policy tools is one of ways to measure their impact. In this thesis, a new index capturing, in contrast with other studies, also an intensity factor, is constructed. Results are mostly in accordance with economic intuition and existing studies and suggest that indices constructed in an equivalent way can help to understand the impact of policies on changes in housing prices and credit volumes. JEL Classification F12, F21, F23, H25, H71, H87 Keywords macroprudential policy, systemic risk, house prices growth, credit growth Author's e-mail Lucie.Wdowyczynova@hotmail.com Supervisor's e-mail Simona.Malovana@gmail.com
Interaction between Macroprudential and Monetary Policies, and Bank Runs
Kolomazníková, Barbora ; Hlaváček, Michal (advisor) ; Geršl, Adam (referee)
The thesis focuses on the interaction between macroprudential and monetary policies in the presence of bank runs. In particular, it is examined whether the two policies should be conducted separately or jointly, and whether the occurence of a bank run affects the result. Furthermore, it is studied how a bank run impacts the efficiency of the two policies. \\ The baseline results suggest that cooperation between the two policies is less efficient than when they are determined separately. The reason might be a coordination issue that arises because the same objective is being assigned to both policies in the cooperative case. On the other hand, when facing a bank run the cooperative regime achieves a higher degree of financial stability by reducing the probability of a next run. This is caused by the fact that cooperating authorities choose more aggresive macroprudential policy when a bank run occurs. A bank run itself does not change the ranking of the two policy regimes. However, an occurence of a bank run induces higher efficiency of both policies, irrespective of the regime in place. In addition, the policies are more effective when they face financial shocks, as opposed to a productivity shock.
Business cycle in Sweden, Switzerland and Poland during 2000-2015 and solving the recession phase
Hrúz, Dušan ; Czesaný, Slavoj (advisor) ; Dyba, Karel (referee)
The objective of master thesis is the examination of Swedish, Swiss and Polish business cycle in four key areas consisting of internal and external macroeconomic equilibrium, cyclical development indicators and financial stability during 2000-2015 period and analysis of fiscal and monetary policy with respect to anti-crisis measures. The pivotal hypothesis is that Sweden, Switzerland and Poland have managed to deal with Great Recession relatively better than other advanced economies. Theoretical section characterises chosen countries, explains fundamental terms and sets the research framework. The empirical part monitors business cycle by chosen indicators within internal and external equilibrium, cyclical development and financial stability, subsequently evaluates situation before the crisis outbreak and examines anti-crisis measures that have been taken. Empirical section is closed by SWOT which evaluates economic development during 2009-2015 period and serves as tool for main hypothesis verification.
Analysis of impacts using the non-conventional instruments of the ČNB monetary policy in the period 2013-2016 on stability of the czech economy
Miňhová, Kristýna ; Pekárek, Štěpán (advisor) ; Bednář, Milan (referee)
In reaction on existence of economic cycles, the period of economic growth is changed with the economic recession, which can grow in the crisis eventually. In such a case, the task of economic policy is to direct the economy in the right direction, back to the boom. The thesis focuses on monetary policy and its ability to achieve this task. The aim of the thesis is to analyze the influence of foreign exchange interventions used in the period of 2013-2017 on the restoration of financial and (macro)economic stability of the Czech Republic. For this purpose, time series of indices describing the stability, the financial stress index and the economic stress index are constructed. A comparative analysis proves that the financial and (macro)economic situation in the Czech Republic has started to stabilize shortly before the unilateral exchange rate commitment to the euro and the impact of foreign exchange interventions cannot be certainly confirmed.
Development of credit union sector of the Czech Republic
Plavčko, Matúš ; Blahová, Naďa (advisor) ; Marková, Jana (referee)
The bachelor thesis is focused on the topic of credit union sector of the Czech Republic. The theoretical part introduces the historical development of the sector along with the legislative changes. The empirical part follows an analysis of the current situation with an emphasis on the relevant indicators of financial health. The findings point to a deviation from the original principles and the introduction of profitability orientation, which leads to increased risk of credit union market. In response to the sector crisis, an amendment of Act was adopted in 2014, opening up the question of the future of individual market participants. The thesis introduces 3 basic scenarios of the future development - the bankruptcy, the continuation of the activity as a credit union or transformation into a bank.
An analysis of the stress testing methodology in accordance with IMF
Vrška, Vratislav ; Blahová, Naďa (advisor) ; Marková, Jana (referee)
This master's thesis is focused on the issues of stress testing in the context of financial stability. It consists of two major parts. The first part deals with methodology of general stress tests with special regard to stressed indicators and relevant risks. In the second part, the difficulties and shortcomings of general stress tests are analysed with respect to the dynamic expansion of financial instruments and markets. A special attention is paid to integrate liquidity risk and contagion risk into the current stress testing framework. Furthermore, the alternative instruments for increasing the complexity of banks financial soundness analysis are presented. It can be said that the system of financial stability analysis before the crisis was not sufficient because it did not reflect on all risk exposures. The main contribution of this thesis is the organized presentation of possible solutions which would help to enhance the quality of stress testing outputs and to a certain extent unify these outputs as well.
Changes in providing mortgage loans and their impact on financial stability
Fiala, Lukáš ; Cibulka, Jakub (advisor) ; Rajl, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with mortgage loans and risks of these instruments for financial stability. In the first part are defined mortgage loans and there is showed current situation on mortgage market. The second part explains systemic risk and financial stability. There is also analysed present Czech national bank´s policy in mortgage loans sphere and a new law. The last part contains research of factors which affect providing mortgages and estimation of final impact on financial stability. The conclusion summarizes obtained knowledge and tries to predict future state on mortgage market and real estate market.

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