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Industrial relations'importance for the economic performance
Malá, Barbora ; Streblov, Pavel (advisor) ; Štiková, Radka (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to point out the industrial relations system as one of the key aspects of labor productivity, as well as the character of the economy. At first, I describe briefly the role of trade unions in the Post-Socialist Europe, and then in the advanced industrial democracies, to show the main differences in the interpretation of trade union meaning among these countries. The selected group of western democratic countries is the analysis' object. It's purpose is to try to find out if there exists any correlation between union density and labor productivity. I have at disposal the data for the period of 1990 to 2005 and I have chosen five European traditionally democratic countries to be compared: Sweden, Germany, Italy, France and Great Britain. My intention here is to point out the fact that despite overall weakening of European trade unions' personal resources the current union power and collective bargaining achievements depend predominantly on the traditional industrial relations concept of each country. The question of immediate interest is to what extent the institutional system influence the character of the production process. Powered by TCPDF (
Microeconomic analysis of 2008 tax reform impac t on Czech Republic from the income tax' perspective
Murková, Viera ; Hollmannová, Monika (advisor) ; Štiková, Radka (referee)
Master's Thesis describes changes that occurred to the income tax in general, but the main focus is on change, that came through in recent years in the Czech Republic. Particularly tax reform, which is valid from 1.1.2008. The paper is divided into three parts. The first part is split into two sections: natural and legal persons. In this part there are theoretically described mainly characteristics of these persons. This is essential for studying particular impacts of the tax reform changes, which are described in detail in the following chapters. The second part is also divided into two parts, and each section discusses the tax reform from the point of view of natural and legal persons. This part was enriched by short examples always calculated for years 2007, 2008 and 2009, so that we can see the impact of the reform in these particular years both practically and in numbers. In third part there is a description of microeconomic analysis of income tax for natural as well as for legal persons. This part deals with the advantages and disadvantages of the existence of the income tax and also why this tax is divided into two parts. The conclusion of this paper summarizes the impact of the tax reform on individuals and also there are balanced the advantages and disadvantages of this reform. Powered by TCPDF...
EU's cohesion policy and absorption capacity in Czech Republic for the years 2007-2009 with the main attention in year 2009
Macháčková, Táňa ; Štiková, Radka (advisor) ; Glazar, Ondřej (referee)
This bachelor thesis introduces EU's Cohesion Policy and the place of Cohesion Policy in Czech Republic. Further introduces the problem of absorption capacity. The practical part of this thesis verifies whether the Czech Republic has a problem with absorption capacity. Possibility of unused all funds is evaluated using the public data for the years 2007 - 2009 with the main attention in year 2009.
Assessing the Fiscal Sustainability of the Czech Republic
Ambriško, Róbert ; Dingová, Vilma ; Dvořák, Michal ; Hájková, Dana ; Hromádková, Eva ; Kulhavá, Kamila ; Štiková, Radka
We present a model of public finance for the Czech Republic that addresses the main sources of risks to long-term fiscal sustainability: ageing-related expenditures and revenues, and the corresponding evolution of government debt. The baseline model is based on recent demographic projections issued by the Czech Statistical Office that forecast a shrinking share of the working-age population. Along with regulations and microeconomic incentives embedded in the tax and expenditure systems, demographic developments will affect economic growth and government expenditure and revenues in the long run. Population ageing is found to have a significant impact on future government expenditure via spending on old-age pensions and health care, where the cost profiles are modelled to reflect technological progress in the treatment of ageing-related illnesses. The analysis shows that under the current policy settings, a compound demographic effect will cause the primary government balance to turn negative at the beginning of the 2030s. The growing primary deficits, along with interest payments, which react to debt dynamics, will lead to a rapid escalation of government debt. While the outcome of the model is dependent on the specific settings of macroeconomic trends and policy variables, our wide range of sensitivity analyses show that without a policy response, even the most optimistic population scenario delivers an unsustainable path for public finances.
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Development and structure of state debt of the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Burdová, Diana ; Štiková, Radka (advisor) ; Serdarevič, Goran (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the development and structure of the state debt in Czech and Slovak Republic in the period from the establishment in 1993 to the year 2010. The main goal is to compare the development of indebtedness and state debt management in these two countries. The first part of the thesis deals with the theoretical background of public debt. The second part is a comparison itself and concentrates on the amount and structure of state debt, following the economic events, and on the actions of debt management. The conclusion summarizes common features and certain differences in the development. To some extent, it also outlines the future course of the state debt in Czech and Slovak Republic.

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