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A Comparative Analysis of Nationalist Terrorism in the Case of the IRA and the Italian Fascist Movement 1919-1922
Šimák, Vojtěch ; Pešta, Mikuláš (advisor) ; Konrád, Ota (referee)
The work examines the violent campaigns of the Irish Republican Army and the fascist movement in Italy between the years 1919-1922, with the aim of demonstrating the utilization of terrorist methods in the case of the fascists. Subsequently, both examples undergo a comparative analysis, where the IRA serves as a control sample, in order to confront them with David C. Rapoport's generational theory of waves of international terrorism and to place them within a specific wave or offer an alternative theoretical framework for fascist violence. The research primarily relies on extensive secondary literature supplemented by primary sources of archival, newspaper, and propagandistic nature. The ambition of the entire work is not only to contribute to the study of fascism but especially to terrorist studies and the understanding of the role of political violence in the interwar period.
Winston Churchill and the War Cabinet Crisis in May 1940
Šimák, Vojtěch ; Stellner, František (advisor) ; Valkoun, Jaroslav (referee)
(anglicky) The bachelor thesis examines the actions of Winston Churchill in time when he served as First Lord of Admiralty and especially in his time as a Prime Minister. Main part is dealing with May 1940, because events of days between 24th -28th May determined if Great Britain continues fighting the war or sues Germany for peace. The thesis is based most importantly on issued cabinet minutes of War Cabinet in this term and books written by Winston Churchill. Secondly the thesis works with period press and modern monographs and historical articles.
Private information in entry to concentrated markets
Šimák, Vojtěch ; Koubek, Ivo (advisor) ; Vozárová, Pavla (referee)
This thesis deals with gathering of private information when company tries to enter on concentrated markets. Aim of the thesis is to show how much private information will company require and how is its output and profit affected by private information. Thesis uses standard optimalization tools of microeconomic analysis.
Analysis of impact of legalization of precious metal coins in Utah
Šimák, Vojtěch ; Havel, Jan (advisor) ; Šťastný, Daniel (referee)
This thesis deals with the law, which was enacted in Utah and makes gold and silver coins legal tender in this state. Goal of this thesis is to show how individuals will change their actions, especially regarding their selection of medium of exchange. The thesis shows deficiencies in an acted law and of feral alternative, which could enable more spread use of gold and silver coins. Thesis uses metodology of austrian school, which deals with monetary policy.

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