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The impact of innovation activities on the foreign trade of the company ŽĎAS, a.s.
Jančárová, Miroslava ; Žižlavský, Ondřej (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the impact of innovative activities for foreign trade of ŽĎAS, a.s.. The theoretical part defines terms in innovation, research, development and foreign trade. The practical part specifies the technical innovations of the company and their impacts on foreign trade. The dependence of research and development expenditure incurred with sales from selling their own products abroad, ROA, ROE, ROS and with quality of production. The dependence of sales from foreign trade to enterprise on the number of employees of the company are measured. At the end of the work, the results and proposed recommendations for the development of the company are evaluated.
Taxation of Selected Category of Incomes - Proposals and Recommendations
Ubrová, Klára ; Křesťanová, Marie (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The Bacelor thesis is focusing on a tax optimalisation in selected company. The main point is to use the tax deduction for research and development and reduce tax liability (i.e. corporate income tax) as much as possible. There is an explanation of key words and theory of taxes in the begining of the thesis.
Research and Development in Automotive Industry: Comparison of Sweden and the Czech Republic
Vitko, Katsiaryna ; Fojtů, Kateřina (referee) ; Bočková, Nina (advisor)
Diplomová práce je zaměřena na porovnání dopadu fiskální politiky na výzkum a vývoj v automobilovém průmyslu mezi Českou republikou a Švédskem. Vyhodnocením současné situace v automobilovém průmyslu porovnává vývoj v automobilovém průmyslu pomocí ukazatelů, které ho ovlivňují. Hledá také impulsy pro zlepšení v oblasti VaV v České republice a Švédsku.
Reporting of Intangible Assets according to IFRS, US GAAP and Czech Accountig Legislation
Šnajnarová, Jana ; Nešporová, Renata (referee) ; Křížová, Zuzana (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses in the theoretical part on a determination and comparasion presentation of intangible assets acording to two world accounting systems – International Accounting Financial Standards and US Generally Acepted Accounting Principles and Czech Accounting Legislation. Specifies the basic theoretical elements of intangible assets. The analytical part of thesis focuses in the impacts and their effect on the entity.
Comparison of patent law in the EU countries
This Diploma thesis, called "Comparison of patent law in the EU countries", deals with legislation of invention patents and their protection in selected countries such as Germany and the Czech Republic. Within Europe there is an attempt to harmonize the legislation in the field of intellectual property rights in all member countries and to create a unified legal system. A patent is the most important object in protection of industrial property. The secondary objective of this thesis is focused on the identification of the re-sponsible authorities and to determine the financial and time requirements for obtaining a patent. Next major objective is the evaluation of the use of the patent protection within the Czech and German universities, research organizations and private companies and then their transfer of technologies. The practical part contains the analysis of both selected countries from the per-spective of patent law, valid legislation, the responsible institutions and patent statistics for the last ten years. Additional chapter discusses the results of research and development in the university environment at three universities in the Czech Republic and Germany. The analysis is focused in particular on the procedure of obtaining a patent, then also the influence of the local authorities. The comparison of these two countries has revealed some certain similarities, but also striking differences between them. The Czech Republic is currently also slowly dis-covering the benefits of patent protection, but the results can be evaluated only after some time interval.
Europe 2020 strategy and its implementation by the Czech Republic
Křivanec, David ; Palíšková, Marcela (advisor) ; Stříteský, Marek (referee)
At the beginning of the Bachelor's Thesis, there is a description of the European union and its history after World War II, phases of the European integration and benefits it brings for the member states. Then the process of how the economic policy of the EU is directed and coordinated with the policy of each individual state. Furthermore, the Europe 2020 strategy, which has goal to create a competitive EU on the global market, is in detail described and five areas are defined: Employment, Poverty, Education, Research and development and Climate change and energy. Analysis itself focuses on the implementation of the national targets using secondary data and future analysis. Results of the analysis shows, that the Czech Republic is successfully fulfilling most of the targets. The recommendation for the private and public sector is to focus on employment of the socially excluded groups, education of the children in early, pre-school stage of life and overall support of young people and graduates. From a long-time point of view, these steps should maximize work potential and increase education of the population.
Public finance and innovations
Dobrovolný, David ; Vítek, Leoš (advisor) ; Zídková, Hana (referee)
This diploma thesis was aimed at analyzing the influence of tax incentives for the research and development on the tax duty of the taxpayers. Within the first section a term research and development was defined followed by the specification of possible forms of the tax incentives for the research and development. The calculation of the tax duty of the illustrative company which effected research and development activity (within two scenarios) was presented within the practial section. The illustrative company was constantly profitable in the first scenario and as such, it incurred higher savings from the application of the research and development tax deduction in comparison to the second scenario (where company incurred a tax loss in one taxable period). Based on the results, taxpayers who apply the research and development tax deduction may consider a tax optimisation in case they could possibly incur a tax loss.
Is there any link between hierarchy of transnational corporations, banks and research and development institutions?
Chmelařová, Eva ; Blažek, Jiří (advisor) ; Marek, David (referee)
Is there any link between hierarchy of transnational corporations, banks and research and development institutions? Abstract The world city theory focuses on concentration of the most progressive activities of the social-economic system in a few key cities that together have a major share of command and control power within the global economy. Location advantages of such cities attract TNC headquarters, financial services and R&D facilities. Interactions between them lead to further strengthening of the position of the global city and it brings a cumulative effect on the location advantages. This paper examines the global city hierarchy based on the data on 1 500 world's biggest companies headquarters location, as well as location of 1 500 most important R&D institutions and 200 biggest banks. According to the results the triad of New York, London and Tokyo was taken over by Beijing. Correlation analysis of the city rankings in all of the three hierarchies confirms significant geographical link between global arrangement of TNC headquarters, financial services and R&D institutions. Keywords: global city, TNCs, banks, RIS, research and development, geographical organization
Libraries and information systems supporting Italian research and developement
Podloucká, Karolina ; Papík, Richard (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
(in English) This thesis deals with the issue of information support of science and research development in Italy through information systems and library networks. The introductory chapter deals with several questions concerning the Italian academic environment and its relation to research and coordination of information. The second chapter introduces the current situation of Italian libraries, the library structures, legislation elements and mainly focuses on the institutions managing the libraries. The third chapter is devoted to science and research in Italy. The thesis also describes the current situation comparing it to other European countries. The emphasis is on major research institutions, support organizations and ministries. Followed by the explanation of funding and assessment of research institutions. The fourth chapter deals with the support of research in the area of Tuscany. The three largest universities of this region are analyzed - University of Florence, Pisa and Siena. After a description of these institutions, the thesis looks closely at their library networks, research activities and support. The conclusion summarizes the information obtained and answers the questions formulated in the introduction of this thesis.

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