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The importance of economic and political cooperation between Franco’s Spain and nazi Germany for the spanish economy during the second world war
Jiroušková, Kristýna ; Fabianková, Klára (advisor) ; Kovář, Martin (referee)
The content of this work is an analysis of Franco Spain's economic and political cooperation with Nazi Germany during the Second World War in comparison with the Spanish Civil War period. The theoretical part focuses on the description of the Spanish authoritarian regime and on the socio-economic causes and consequences of the civil war. The practical part describes the cooperation between foreign trade during both periods and then compares them. The aim of the thesis is to confirm the hypothesis that during the Second World War the structure and content of foreign trade changed in comparison with the period of civil war. Next, to answer the question of what significance for Spain had on cooperation with Germany immediately after the end of World War II. The comparison of both periods results in a significant change in the structure and content of foreign trade between Spain and Germany. The answer to the question of the meaning of cooperation for Spain immediately after the war is based on post-war developments in Europe. In particular, from the fact that Spain was excluded from the Marshall Plan and was undergoing a deep economic crisis. The contribution of this work is the elaboration of a topic that is not elaborated in detail by Czech historians or economists. However, the subject should be further explored on the basis of indicators other than those already done.
Housing policy in the inter-war Czechoslovakia
Hladík, Jan ; Jakubec, Ivan (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
The thesis deals with a chronologicall detailed mapping of the evolution of interwar Czechoslovakia housing policy instruments, taking into account the needs of the population at that time. Prior to the analysis of the topic, the thesis offers the characteristics of housing policy and the housing market. As part of the expert discussion on the impact of specific housing policy instruments on the housing market and the entire economy, conclusions are drawn on how successful housing policy should look like. Although the work is focused on the interwar Czechoslovakia, a brief overview of the housing policy implemented in Austria-Hungary is also included for a proper understanding of the functioning of the Czechoslovak housing policy. This thesis chronologically analyzes the legislative framework and impacts of individual housing policy instruments in Czechoslovakia. There is a finding that Czechoslovak housing policy had a clear concept, was relatively predictable and significantly improved during the period in provision of services required by poor people. In the later years, it also managed to better adapt to the changing economic situations. Conclusions of the thesis are mainly supported by study of period sources, which have the character of monographs or studies and especially periodically published statistical reports and yearbooks.
Economic and social consequences of the trasnfer of Germans on the area of South Bohemia in years 1945-1955
Jiřík, Jan ; Fabianková, Klára (advisor) ; Chalupecký, Petr (referee)
Transfer of the Germans is the largest, human caused migration process in history of Czech Republic. This bachelor thesis examines economic and social consequences of the transfer, during the years 1945-1955, with the focus on the South Bohemia. The aim of this work is to concretize and evaluate social and economic consequences. Theoretical part of this work describes Czech-German cohabitation from the age of The First Republic, including approval, process and quantification of the transfer that ended it. Analytical part describes the social consequences on the examples of colonizing the chosen villages economic consequences are described by the case study of chosen concerns. Colonization objective was, during years 1945-1955, fulfilled in the district towns and Větřní, not in the smaller villages near the border. The impact on the studied companies was the reduction of the number of employees, but the consequences had different outcomes, because of the different solutions provided.
Socio and Economic impacts of Hyperinflation on the Economy of the Weimar Republic
Labuda, Filip ; Fabianková, Klára (advisor) ; Johnson, Zdenka (referee)
In my bachelor thesis I am focusing on the socio and economic impacts of hyperinflation on the economy of the Weimar Republic. In first chapters I am dealing with the analysis of long-term and short-term causes which led to hyperinflation. I am also taking into account German economic theory, manner of financing of the war in Germany and furthermore I am concentrating on the question of war indemnities and crisis in the Ruhr area. In the followingchapters I am dealing with the progress of hyperinflation and her economic, social and also political impacts. My aim is to confirm the hypothesis, in which I argue that hyperinflation had negative impact on economic and social situation inside the Weimar Republic. Thesis contributes to provide view of impacts of hyperinflation on German society in the year.
Development of tourism in Czechoslovakia between 1965 and 1975
Kuželka, Kryštof ; Chalupecký, Petr (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
This bachelor thesis addresses the development of primarily foreign tourist industry at the turn of 60s and 70s in Czechoslovakia. This particular period is interesting especially due to political and social changes taking place. The first chapter describes relaxation of the regime rules and consequently the intervention which resulted in so called normalization. The following chapter focuses on the development of both active and passive tourist industry in connection to the Czechoslovak history, starting at the end of the World War I. While the third chapter analyzes prerequisites for travelling abroad, the next-to-last chapter compares statistical data of active and passive tourist industry and based on that offers a series of conclusions. The final part deals with the organization of tourism in Czechoslovakia and looks further at the role of the biggest Czechoslovak travelling agency of that time, Čedok.
The Soviet collectivization in the late 20s and in the first half of the 30s of the 20th century and evaluation of the social and economic consequences on Volhynian Czechs
Šťastná, Dora ; Fabianková, Klára (advisor) ; Chalupecký, Petr (referee)
The thesis focuses on economic development in the Soviet Union in the late 20s and in the first half of the 30s of the 20th century. An accent is placed mainly on collectivisation of agriculture during the first five-year plan. The theoretical part of the thesis is dedicated to the centrally planned economy, previous economic history of the USSR and Stalin's concept of economic policy. The analytical part of the thesis deals with the process of collectivization and evaluation of the social and economic outcomes and consequences, specifically on the territory of Volhynia, where thousands of Czech citizens emigrated. The hypothesis, that Volhynian Czechs were not directly affected by forced collectivization, was disproved. As a result of collectivization the number of czech population in Volhynia decreased by 30%. The first five-year plan featured a big step towards modernization and self-sufficiency of the country, but in the agricultural sector failed.
Comparison of Selected Impacts of New Frontier and Great Society Programs in 1960s
Kojan, Christian ; Johnson, Zdenka (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
This thesis deals with New Frontier and Great Society programs and their impact on social policy of the United States in the 1960s. The main goal of the thesis is to compare impact of both programs on selected indicators of standard of living with primary focus on the poverty rate. Thesis describes antipoverty measures of both programs and analyzes their impact on the standard of living. Hypothesis stating that the Great Society was more successful than New Frontier at reducing the poverty rate could not be proven true because of the immense influence of strong economic growth in the 1960s. Thesis suggests that the biggest success of both programs was the positive impact of the Great Society on education.
New Labour in power. Analysis of the first term of Tony Blair, 1997-2001.
Belza, Marek ; Kovář, Martin (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
Bachelor Thesis analyses the first term of Tony Blair s government. It gives an assessment of the newly transformed Labour Party. First deals with the economical and political evolution in Great Britain after the monetary revolution in 1979 till the year 1997. Then are analyzed the most important approaches of 1997 2001 Tony Blair s government. It analyses the activities of the government in the field of education, monetary and fiscal policy or employment policy. There is also dealt with the important NHS reforms, Blair s approach to criminality, European integration, the national question or Northern Ireland. In conclusion there is a comparison of selected economic indicators of United Kingdom, Germany and France in the given period.
An analysis of an attitude of the Conservative Government under the leadership of Winston Churchill (1951-1955) to the Welfare State in 1945-1951
Janovská, Kateřina ; Kovář, Martin (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
The bachelor thesis presents an analysis of an attitude of the Conservative Government under the leadership of Winston Churchill (1951-1955) to the Welfare State in 1945-1951. The thesis contains a brief description of the changes proposed in the Beveridge Report and in the White Papers. There is characterized the Welfare State that has been created by the Labour Party under leadership of Clement Attlee in Great Britain. We can find here a brief comparison of the Party Manifestos from 1951 and an analysis of elections results from 1945 and 1951. Furthermore there is an analysis of an attitude of the Conservative Party to the Welfare State in 1945-1951 and in 1951-1955.
Contribution to Development of Economy and Politics in Great Britain under the Government of Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden during the Years 1951-1957
Třešňáková, Martina ; Kovář, Martin (advisor) ; Fabianková, Klára (referee)
The goal of this final thesis is to give a comprehensive analysis of the fiscal policy of the Conservative Party from 1951 to 1957. Under the government of Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden the United Kingdom faced a number of economic and political problems, which in turn influenced its economic development. The British government tried to stop the decreasing trend of the economy in relation to other states through interventionist economic policy, which in the Great Britain is known as policy stop and go. It especially focuses on  the post-war period and the consequences of the government of Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden. Based on foreign sources British economy suffered mainly by four economic problems, accelerating inflation, lack of economic growth, the uneven balance of payments and low productivity growth.

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