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Cost Management and Calculation in the Company
Šimonová, Michala ; Jeřábek, Petr (referee) ; Kocmanová, Alena (advisor)
This diploma thesis proposes the use of business intelligence working above complex economic system in a real joint-stock company for planning, cost management of cost centers and job orders and for control of managerial accounting in relation between cost centers and job orders. Furthermore thesis resolves the problems of data transition to the new information system to ensure the complexity of data entry to business intelligence.
Influence of degassing parameters on quality of Al castings
Jeřábek, Petr ; Horenský, Jiří (referee) ; Vašťák, Patrik (advisor)
This master’s thesis is focused on optimalization of degassing parameters in the foundry plant and effect of these parameters on mechanical properties of Al-Si alloys. In practical part is used factorial experiment to research effect of degassing parameters on mechanical properties and dichte index. After optimalization the new process is validated by comparing with the previous one. This experiment was taken on AlSi7Mg0,6 alloy in foundry plant MESIT foundry, a.s.
Application of Advanced Production Management Methods
Žaloudek, Jan ; Jeřábek, Petr (referee) ; Videcká, Zdeňka (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the application of modern quality management tools in a chosen company. The theoretical part focus on the manufacturing management systems and ISO conception. The practical part concentrates on manufacturing management and usage of manufacturing management tools in a chosen company.
Construction Order Preparation and Management
Horáková, Kateřina ; Jeřábek, Petr (referee) ; Waldhans, Miloš (advisor)
This thesis explains a theme of construction order preparation and management. The theoretical section describes common definition the term of project and then this section explains process of the project management. This is followed by a practical section where a construction company is introduced, this construction company provided a particular contruction order. This construction order is valued, then its processed an organizational structure, costs plan, time schedule and site accommodation for this construction order. The last part is the evaluation of the results and comparing with the results of construction company.
Directional solidification of the combustion turbine blades
Jeřábek, Petr ; Blažík, Petr (referee) ; Zemčík, Ladislav (advisor)
This thesis summarizes knowledge about directional solidification of nickel based superalloys in the process of production of gas turbine blades. It focuses on material and metallurgical properties of nickel based superalloys, directional solidification and advantages of usage of this process in production of gas turbine blades.
Foreign Bank and Financial Development: Factors Affecting Foreign Bank Effects in CEE Countries
Hou, Jiale ; Vokoun, Marek (advisor) ; Chondrogiannis, Ilias (referee) ; Jeřábek, Petr (referee)
This dissertation analyses country-level data for 12 CEE countries from 2000 to 2021 using the Dynamic GMM methodology. The aim of this article is to investigate the effect of foreign bank entry on four dimensions of financial development, which are financial stability, efficiency, depth and access. Furthermore, the article will examine the factors affecting foreign bank effect, including the economic and institutional level of domestic banks and the extent and stage of foreign bank entry. The result shows that foreign bank penetration has a positive influence on financial stability and efficiency, while it has a negative effect on financial depth and access. In general, a high level of economic development and a stringent and well-developed institutional environment is favourable for foreign banks to exhibit a positive influence on financial development. And the bad influence of foreign banks on financial depth and access is diminishing over time. Results regarding the relative importance of foreign banks indicate a mixed conclusion. Overall, this dissertation supplements empirical evidence on the link between foreign banks and financial development in CEE regions and could provide more insights to policymakers.
The correlation between the automotive industry output cycle and the business cycle in the Czech Republic
Yin, Shiqi ; Jeřábek, Petr (advisor) ; Merrino, Serena (referee) ; Čech, František (referee)
This paper aims to investigate the correlation between the output cycle and the business cycle of the Czech Republic's core industry, the automotive industry. The paper begins by analysing the volatility of each variable, and finds that the trends of the automotive industry output cycle and the business cycle align, while the automotive industry output cycle keeps lagging behind the business cycle. Secondly, this paper adopts the VAR model to examine the relationship between the Czech automotive output and its macroeconomic indicators, using the real GDP and the Gross Value added (GVA) to represent the macroeconomic situation. The results show that there is a correlation between Czech automotive industry output and the macroeconomy, but the correlation is asymmetric, which means the automotive industry is more sensitive to macroeconomic shocks but has weaker impact on the macroeconomy. Finally, this paper also measures the correlation between the automotive industry and monetary policy (M2) and finds that the monetary policy shows strong stability and independence, which can affect the progress of the automotive industry, but no reverse effect has been observed.
The Impact of Financial Development on Innovation: A Comparative Study of Central and Eastern European Countries and Western European Countries
Liu, Yuhan ; Fiřtová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Ramesh, Sangaralingam (referee) ; Jeřábek, Petr (referee)
CHARLES UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Institute of International Studies International Masters in Economy, State and Society Yuhan Liu The Impact of Financial Development on Innovation: A Comparative Study of Central and Eastern European Countries and Western European Countries Master thesis Prague 2023 Bibliographic note LIU, Yuhan. The Impact of Financial Development on Innovation: A Comparative Study of Central and Eastern European Countries and Western European Countries. Mater thesis. Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of International Studies. Supervisor M.Sc. Ing. Magdalena Fiřtová, Ph.D. Abstract This thesis applies a panel dataset of 40 European nations from 1995 to 2021 to investigate the impact of financial development on innovation. Considering the heterogeneity of these European countries, they are divided into two subgroups (Central and Eastern European countries and Western European countries) to carry out a comparative study and determine whether financial development influences innovation differently in the two groups of countries. This paper measures the development of the financial system from four dimensions, consisting of depth, access, efficiency, and stability, and selects two indicators to capture innovation, including innovation input and...
Economic Development and Pension Privatisation: Evidence from Central and Eastern European Countries and Visions for the Future
Zhang, Yunyang ; Jeřábek, Petr (advisor) ; Merrino, Serena (referee) ; Čech, František (referee)
Since the mid-1990s, to boost the macroeconomy, many countries in the Central and Eastern European region have implemented pension privatisation policies. They followed the recommendations of the World Bank and established a multi-pillar pension model, including a mandatory second pillar with the most privatised features. This paper reviews the literature on pension privatisation policy, summarising its history and development in Central and Eastern Europe, and providing a comparative analysis of privatisation reforms in individual countries. The promotion of economic development, as the most important driver of pension privatisation reforms, has not yet received a definitive conclusion. This paper aims to extend existing empirical research on the impact of pension privatisation on economic development by employing a time-varying difference-in-difference model with data from 1996 to 2022 for a sample of 11 EU countries in the Central and Eastern European region. The results of the study show that the pension privatisation policy significantly contributes to economic development and increases domestic savings, and that the contribution to economic development is greater in the long run than in the short run. As a result, the pension privatisation policy should continue to be promoted in the future.

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