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Social enterprise and current trends.
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to introduce the basic terms and concepts of social economics and social entrepreneurship. Nowadays, the social entrepreneurship is a very actual topic. One of the main reasons, why it is given that much attention, is its potential to solve several problems of today. It is especially the social integration by employing on the labour market disadvantaged people, it can also help to lower the unemployment rate and thus amount of people dependent on the state support. Another aim of the thesis is to provide an overview of the legal regulation of social entrepreneurship based on the draft of material intention of The Social Entrepreneurship Act. Afterwards, based on the interview, I described the operation of the chosen company from its start until the current functioning. Also we were dealing with the question of the social entrepreneurship barriers. I chose a successful social company acting in Prague Hračkotéka s.r.o. The company employs handicapped people and provides training workplaces helping the handicapped people to find a stable job after successful finishing the training programme. The last aim of the thesis was to map the social companies. I'm focusing on the contemporary ones, I'm finding out their legal form for functioning, in which fields they run their business and when they were founded. The contribution of the thesis lays in providing the overview of the social companies, their most common legal forms and area of their business. The thesis can serve as a base for the studies of the topic and also as an inspiration for the social entrepreneurs.
The analysis of social enterprise according to the TESSEA approach: The case study of Pracovní Sobota ltd.
Hrabáková, Štěpánka ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Deverová, Lenka (referee)
The aim of the final thesis was the analysis of a social enterprise according to the TESSEA approach. The case study was conducted using both the document analysis and interviews. The document analysis showed which criteria (according to the TESSEA approach) were fulfilled by the chosen organization and which were not. Furthermore, there were analysed the mechanisms causing that the certain criteria were not fulfilled. These data were obtained through the interviews with the representatives of the organization. Finally, it is possible to conclude that the subject of the research fulfilled the criteria of the TESSEA approach. There were introduced the factors explaining why the criteria were not fulfilled. According to the representatives of the chosen organization among these main factors belonged the lack of financial and time resources, the lack of know-how, the legislative boundaries or the modeling the organization after commercial enterprises.
Social entrepreneurship in the Czech Republic
Ptáčníková, Lucie ; Vávrová, Hana (advisor) ; Boukal, Petr (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the current situation of social entrepreneurship in the Czech Republic. It emphasizes the importance of social economy, the field between the public sector and the private market sector. This thesis is interested in existing companies which consider themselves as "social" and describes their common features. It presents the social companies' founding years, what their legal forms are, their areas of business and why they consider themselves social. This paper also examines social entrepreneurship in an international context, it endeavours to identify where and how the Czech Republic could inspire itself to improve. Social entrepreneurship in Ireland is analyzed in detail according to the same criteria as social entrepreneurship in the Czech Republic. The purpose of this work is to create an overview of social entrepreneurship.
Social business
KUČEROVÁ, Michaela
Social entrepreneurship is one of the possible ways to run enterprise. Around the world and in Western Europe this type of enterprise is quite common and is slowly becoming familiar in the Czech Republic. A social enterprise is one of the ways to employ groups in danger of being socially excluded. It provides hope of improvement of living standard, as well as hope of reintegration for the disabled, youth, homeless individuals, individuals leaving institutional care, victims of criminal behaviour, carers looking after relatives, persons who have experienced drug addiction, the long-term unemployed and others in dangered of being socially excluded. The aim of this thesis is to provide a more comprehensive summary about the constantly developing social entrepreneurship landscape in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part of the thesis first describes social economics in general, followed by the definition of a social enterprise. This includes the listing of the major international organisations supporting social entrepreneurship. The fundamental chapters of the theoretical part address the possibility to finance social entrepreneurship through the European Union. At present there are two calls for proposals, to which applicants can respond in order to obtain the funds required to set up a social enterprise. Financing through the European Union is administered by the European social fund and its operational programme, safeguarded in the Czech Republic by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. At the present time, the Integrated operating programme includes call for proposal no.8: Services in the social intervention scope and in the operating programme Human resources and employment call for proposals no.30: Social economics awaits its respondents. The logistics of obtaining European Union grants from the European social fund and its operational programmes through the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and its calls for proposals is very complicated. Therefore the aim of this thesis is to summarise the differences between both calls for proposals to ease the understanding of these very matters. To further my understanding of these issues I also successfully communicated directly with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior. The results of the research were not surprising for me. As expected the highest number of social enterprises in our country is in the problematic regions with the highest long-term unemployment rates or with a high proportion of the Roma ethnic minority. Furthermore, the research suggested unambiguously that, for individuals from certain groups, the highest number of social enterprises were concerned with employing the physically disabled to give them the chance to reintegrate into mainstream society. Closely following with approximately the same number of people from different socially excluded groups are enterprises that employ the long-term unemployed, the ethnic minorities or youth in difficult life circumstances. The respondents also confirmed the complicated administration of the enterprise start-up phase, as well as concerns about the future ability to finance their business. In the conclusion section of the thesis it is established that social entrepreneurship is unlikely to have an easy future as the deadline to apply for European Union grants to finance projects is in June 2013 and further support of social politics is uncertain. However, in the current uneasy times of economic crisis and rising unemployment the social entrepreneurship should be treated with high consideration as it is one of the possible ways to deal with such problems in all countries.
Social economics in the Czech Republic
Jičínská, Aneta ; Krebs, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Szabová, Lucia (referee)
My thesis deals with social economics and its subjects, social enterprises. The first part of my thesis introduces us to main terms and the development of social economics in the Czech republic. I also focus my attention on its pillars and targets in view of the determination of the sphere of its impact. Therefore we specify here the fields in which social economics works. The main aim of my thesis is to characterise social economics and firms which are considered to be social enterprises. Furthermore, I want to refer to the usefulness and importacne of social economics both for a society and the entire economics as well. In the practical part I focus my attention on the particular social enterprise, which is in operation for several years, and I try to refer to its helpfulness. In conclusion of my thesis I come to the evaluation of the importance and position of social economics together with my judgement on its usefulness.
The employement of people who are disadvantaged in the labour market
Fišerová, Anna ; Kadeřábková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Jetmar, Marek (referee)
The thesis deals with the possibilities of employment of persons who face special barriers to entering the labour market. In the theoretical part it introduces a model of the welfare state as a solution to current social issues in most European countries. It refers to the crisis the existing forms of the welfare state is passing through and emphasizes the need for its reform. The the author's initial idea considers cooperation between the state, private profi and non-profit organizations and households in the field of so called third sector. The thesis also presents the theoretical foundations of the labour market functioning, defínes unemployment and provides a list of economic and social consequences of unemployment. In the practical part the author characterizes vulnerable groups in the labour market, names existing forms of support to these groups and offers the concept of social firms as a promising partner for the state government, local authorities and communities and unemployed people in solving their adverse social situation.
Social economics and a treatment of unemployment in towns and regions
Kozák, Petr ; Kadeřábková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Jetmar, Marek (referee)
The diploma thesis "Social economics and a treatment of unemployment in towns and regions" addresses on an area of social enterprise and also has an ambition to proof, that in this area is hidden a huge potential for future resolutions of unemployment of specific group of people. The thesis is divided into two main parts. First which is theoretic and methodical is based on explanation of a basic terms, a description of previous development of this phenomena in Czech Republic and in selected european countries. It also deals with definitions of basic relationships occuring in this economic area. An essential component is also a legal basis and an explanation of a regularization of social enterprise. The second part is focused on an established and efficient subject in an area of the social enteprise in Czech republic. There are calculated all pros and cons of a given organization with a consideration of theoretical knowledge from first part of the thesis. The main target is to proof, that those companies, organizations and firms which are based on "social-economical" aproach should be maintained not only for their social aspects, but also for their financial assets for public sector and private sector aswell.
Vznik Komunistické strany Československa a její fungování ve 20. letech 20. století
Chládek, Pavel ; Soběhart, Radek (advisor) ; Soukup, Jaromír (referee)
Tato práce pojednává o vzniku a vývoji Komunistické strany Československa ve dvacátých letech 20. století. Zaměřuje se na historické kořeny této strany a mapuje její zrod z levého křídla Československé sociální demokracie. Podrobně je sledován samotný rozkol uvnitř sociální demokracie, zkoumána jeho podstata, stejně jako okolnosti, za kterých k němu došlo. Poté se práce věnuje vnitřnímu vývoji v KSČ ve dvacátých letech a její profilaci na československé politické scéně. Zvláštní pozornost je věnována vztahu KSČ a Komunistické internacionály, charakteristice tohoto vztahu a metodám mocenského působení Kominterny na KSČ. Práce se rovněž zabývá otázkou atraktivity KSČ za první republiky, a to jak mezi obyčejnými dělníky, tak mezi intelektuály.
Kudrlová, Michaela ; Kozmová, Jana (advisor) ; Černá, Iveta (referee)
Práce seznamuje se základními informacemi o Madagaskaru v oblasti geografie,obyvatelstva a ekonomie. Práce hodnotí vývoj ekonomické situace na Madagaskaru od období francouzského kolonialismu, přes boj za získání nezávislosti a přes období socialismu do dnešních dní.

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