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Relationship of Turkey and selected EU member states in the context of accession process
Štaudová, Kateřina ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
Turkey has made a big progress in developing democratic and thriving state in last 60 years. In its history nevertheless you can find a few moments which make its accession to EU harder. Whether it is recognition of the Armenian genocide or the divided Cyprus island. The biggest Turkish struggle is not insufficent economic development but political issues in the field of human rights. Turkish public and the government has been losing its enthusiasm towards the EU membership, partly because of the european crisis, but mainly because of the feeling, that European Union only throws obstacles into their effort. Therefore, Turkey slowly realizes its growing importance and makes its own foreign policy heading not only to Europe and the West. Both member states and the EU as a whole should try to look further into the future and set the priorities.
Effects and costs of economic-social model in the EU and USA
Štaudová, Kateřina ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Tunkrová, Věra (referee)
Social capitalism exists in several different types. Socio-economic models vary across Europe, where we can find five such models. Scandinavian model is typical for northern countries, in Great Britain and other Anglo-Saxon states the liberal model is used, conservative model is applicable to most countries of continental Europe and the Southern model is used by Mediterranean states such as Greece, Italy, Portuguese and Spain. The most significant difference between the socio-economic models is the way of how the state intervenes into the economy, whether it is the intervention to the tax level, to the system of transfer payments or the regulation of the labor market. These differences produce various results in the field of performance of every economy. The most successful seems to be the Scandinavian model, typical for Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. The health care reform, which has now started in the United States, should move the liberal model of the USA closer to being a welfare state.

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