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Criminal liability of legal persons in relation to public procurement
Suchomelová, Hana ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vanduchová, Marie (referee)
7 Abstract Criminal liability of legal persons in the context of public procurements The presented thesis deals with criminal liability of legal persons who take part in procedure of public procurement. Thesis operates with Act No. 134/2016 Coll., Public Procurement Procedure Act (hereinafter also referred to as "PPP") taking in regard the former legislation Act No. 137/2006 Coll., Public Procurement Act. In context of future changes, it is dealt with Act No. 418/2011 Coll., Criminal Liability of Legal Persons and Proceedings against Them (hereinafter also as "TOPO"), whereas attention is focused on amendment of TOPO, which is the Act No. 183/2016 Sb., effective from 1st December of 2016. The Introductory chapter deals with public procurements and offers a brief insight into this subject matter. It defines the term of Public Procurement, specifies the term of contracting authority and gives a general overview of the procedure along with applicable principles. By the end the chapter summarizes some of the most significant changes brought by the new Act on PPP. The second chapter looks into some of the aspects of criminal liability of legal persons related to public procurements, which involves specific sanctions for legal persons from participation in public procurement procedure or sanction of...
Major differences in public procurement process governed by the Act No. 134/2016 Sb. in legal practice
Salmon, Jan ; Horáček, Tomáš (referee)
1 Abstract This thesis follows up major differences in tender procedures governed by a new Public Procurement Act No. 134/2016 Sb. Main objective of the thesis is to analyze major legal differences from public authorities perspective a confront the output with arguments supporting contractors and general public perspective. The opening part of this thesis is focused on legislative technique of the new Public Procurement Act and confronts its claimed goals with availible facts and tenders market statistical data. After opening part unraveling needs for new tender legislation, the thesis goes through basic principles of the new act No. 134/2016 Sb. and points out major exceptions from the new act like minor tenders, legal services, loans and so called in-house tender procedures. Main content of the next chapter of the thesis is procurement proceeding itself and relevant differences affecting the whole process. At first, the chapter consists of new possibilities in establishing tender conditions and preliminary market research. The chapter continues chronologicaly with tender evaluation methods, including optional establishing evaluating commities. The topics is beeing closed by the low-priced tenders topic. After finishing the tender procedure topic, the thesis follows new options in possible changes of...
Public Procurements as a Corrupting Sector in RBC Model
Paulus, Michal ; Baxa, Jaromír (advisor) ; Gregor, Martin (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to create a RBC model incorporating corrupting sector. The thesis contributes to the few existing DSGE models with corruption by introducing the corrupting sector into the sector of firms and political parties which is regarded as a sector of public procurements where firms bribe politicians for gaining public tenders. This setting is new and is supposed to catch better the phenomenon of political corruption. The model predicts that all shocks that positively affect the economy motivate firms to invest more into the bribes and vice versa. The increase of the overall level of corruption stimulates economy but is leading an economy to the instability. The model also examines the effect of various forms of fiscal spending in the households ' utility function. The model exhibits several non-intuitive results (too high portion of stolen money by firms, stimulation of the economic performance caused by higher corruption and negative holding of government bonds) that should be solved in next research.
International comparision of aquiring private and public procurements by the architectural atelier in Czech republic and Croatia
Mikšíková, Eva ; Svobodová, Ivana (advisor) ; Kraml, Ivo (referee)
The object of my diploma thesis was to compare an architectural background in Czech republic and Croatia. And to define conditions for the architectural work and the process of acquiring private and public procurements in both countries. And on the basis of this information to define whether Czech architects should focus their attention on the Croatian market. The diploma thesis is divided into two chapters: theoretical and practical. The teoretical part provides the summary information about the architectural background and the way of acquiring public and private procurements by architectural studios in the Czech republic and Croatia. On the basis of these information are analysed and defined possible opportunities for Czech architectural studios on the Croatian market.
Transparency of Decision-Making Process at the Local Level: Case Study of the Municipal District Prague 10 during the Election Period 2010 - 2014
Lišková, Markéta ; Vymětal, Petr (advisor) ; Lisa, Aleš (referee)
Master thesis deals with the transparency in decision-making process and with the openness to citizens in local politics. It focuses on the policy of municipal councils, with the emphasis on Municipal district Prague 10 during the election period 2010 -- 2014. Main objective is the analysis, description and evaluation of the transparency of decisions-making process in Prague 10. The theoretical part of the thesis is dealing with definitions of terms: municipalities, Prague, the capital, its districts and decision-making process. The stress is given to the question of the level of transparency and on the openness of town halls to their citizens. In the practical part, the thesis analyzes the concrete decision-making processes in Prague 10 related to an analysis of the Council's statement about the anti-corruption strategy. In the end, it analyzes the decisions-making process about the procurements in Municipal district Prague 10 namely to the analysis of procurements "Revitalization of Malešice Park".
Political business cycle and public procurements in regional municipalities
Březinová, Zuzana ; Pavel, Jan (advisor) ; Kučerová, Zuzana (referee)
The theme of this bachelor thesis is analysis of the political business cycle at public procurements in twelve regional municipalities in the Czech Republic. Two hypotheses are tested, one of which relates to oportunistic behaviour of incumbents, and the other one to corruption. Four quantities, at which course from January 2005 to March 2011 is observed, are tested here. These quantities are number of public procurements, total amout of public procurements, average number of bids to one procurement and proportion of final and expected prices. Each of these quantities is observed separately for public procurements for goods, deliveries and services. Regression analysis is used for testing. The result of this thesis is that political business cycle occured before election in 2006 at public procurements for goods and deliveries.
Political Business Cycle and Public Procurements in Prague
Drzková, Petra ; Pavel, Jan (advisor) ; Holubářová, Jana (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to reveal whether there is a relation between public procurements and the political business cycle in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The examined data cover a period from the year 2005 to 2011. Two hypotheses have been set in order to discover whether there is such a relation. The first one postulates that the public procurements are used on constructions, well visible investments, so as to increase the probability of being re-elected. The second hypothesis marks the effort of politicians to maximize their own benefits till the end of electoral term as the main reason for contracting public procurements. The hypotheses are proved separately for constructions and for supplies and services by the number of public procurements, the total amount of money spent on public procurements in a particular term, by average amount of bids and by the relate of the end and assumed price. The regression analysis was used as a tool of verification. The result is a determination if it is possible to find such a relation dependance of public procurements and political business cycle in Prague and what is assumed to be the main motive.
Political business cycle and public procurements at regional authorities
Jelínková, Lenka ; Pavel, Jan (advisor) ; Holubářová, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis examines the political business cycle at public procurements, which were submitted by 13 regional authorities in the Czech Republic from September 2004 till June 2010. Two hypotheses are tested here. According the first one, the incumbents try to increase the probability of re-election by visible investments, e.g. public procurements for buildings. The second hypothesis supposes that the incumbents are afraid of not being re-elected. Therefore they strive for maximizing their personal profit from the office. Regression analysis is used for testing. Public procurements for buildings are tested separately from public procurements for goods and services. The number of public procurements, total amount and the average number of bidders are tested for each group of public procurements. The result is a detection of different motives in different parts of political business cycle.

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