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Population Problem of Asia
Nguyen, Bich Ngoc ; Jeníček, Vladimír (advisor) ; Buryan, Šimon (referee)
The topic of this thesis is Population Problem of Asia. The work anylyses not only population development in Asia, but also in the world. A significant part is dedicated to these three countries: PRC, India and Vietnam, where are examined their population politics and current population problems. These countries were successful with slowing down the population growth, but as for PRC and Vietnam ageing and shrinking population is a new phenomen. Moreover, the thesis also mentions future population projections.
Coal Minig in the World and the Impacts of the Decline in Particular Regions: Case Study of the Czech Republic and Germany
Schottková, Monika ; Vošta, Milan (advisor) ; Jeníček, Vladimír (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to describe and analyze the impacts of the decline of coal mining on an example of two countries, namely the Czech Republic and Germany, and then to compare selected impacts and tools that have been used against the negative consequences. The work is divided into three parts, the first chapter describes the basic characteristics of coal, its use and exploitation. Second chapter deals with the current development of coal mining in the world along with its geographical presence. The final chapter analyzes and compares the Industrial Region of Ostrava and the Ruhr Valley and their current socio-economic challenges.
Protection of Competition and the leniency program
Krausová, Simona ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Jeníček, Vladimír (referee)
The diploma thesis addresses the issue of the effect of the introduction of leniency program and its reforms on the European competition policy and above all of its effect on investigation of forbidden cartel agreements. Leniency program is currently one of the main tools being implemented in fighting cartels. It works by providing immunity to the first company that provides relevant proof of the cartels existence. This work has three main goals. Firstly it aims to analyse the effectiveness of the leniency program and its reforms when it comes to uncovering cartels. The second goal is to unveil the European Commissions strategy concerning granting leniency and its development over the time. The last goal is to provide a quality analysis of all three forms of leniency and their mutual comparison. This diploma thesis is divided into four chapters: two theoretical and two practical chapters. The first one explains the issue of cartel agreements, individual types of cartels, investigation and its methods and the principals of imposing fines. The analysis of the leniency program itself, its introduction in 1996 and the following reforms in 2002 and 2006 will be the main topics of the second chapter. The third chapter contains the analysis of all Commissions decisions against cartels from 1993 till April 2016. It contains data relating to the development of number of decisions, the amount of fines, the size of the cartels and the percentage of the leniency granted in this period. The forth and the last chapter will focus on a case study of the LCD cartel and on the basis of theoretical findings contained in the first two chapters it will uncover the principles of this particular cartel and the investigation procedures.
Competitiveness and environmental policy of EU
Göblová, Romana ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Jeníček, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis deals with the issue of increasing competitiveness in the context of sustainable growth in the European Union and the Slovak Republic. The method used in the thesis is a multivariate statistical method called factor analysis. This method enabled to narrow dimension of the input data with the least possible loss of information and consequently we obtained new variables called factors. According to the obtained factors the competitiveness of Slovak regions at NUTS II level was evaluated. Based on these results, it is possible to identify the most competitive region of the Slovak Republic which supports its growth in a sustainable way.
The economy of Austria and its comparison to the Czech Republic
Němcová, Martina ; Jeníček, Vladimír (advisor) ; Vošta, Milan (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to describe the economy of Austria from the perspective of basic macroeconomic indicators and their development from the early 1990s to the present. These indicators are compared with the selected countries, especially with Germany, the United States of America and the Czech Republic. As Austria is a small open economy, international trade and external economic balance are important topics to be mentioned. Austria is compared to the Czech Republic. Both countries are not only geographically close to each other, they also have a common history and cultural traditions. Therefore, a comparison of their pension systems, healthcare and ethnic compositions is included in this thesis.
Trade Relations ASEAN-China: The way to regional stability and prosperity?
Šmoková, Barbora ; De Castro, Tereza (advisor) ; Jeníček, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis aims to assess the relations between China and ASEAN and their influence on regional stability and prosperity of ASEAN. The main focus of this thesis is the dynamics of trade relations, including the countries involvement in global value chains. The thesis covers trade in goods, services, cooperation in strategic areas and foreign direct investment.
Energy security of European union: options to enhance it with an accent on renewable energy sources
Machytka, Daniel ; Jeníček, Vladimír (advisor) ; Němcová, Ingeborg (referee) ; Baláž, Peter (referee) ; Kučerová, Irah (referee)
This doctoral thesis focuses on Energy security of European Union with and accent on use of renewable energy sources as an energy security instrument. Main goal of this thesis was to identify, verify and then postulate options that could enhance current state of energy security of European Union. Main instrument of this activity is a theoretical model which introduces three specific options. First option is about off-grid and partially on-grid system used for home and autonomy energy production. Second option is a synergic link of infrastructure for off-shore wind farms with a marine energy. Third option is a maximization of energy efficiency, energy savings and energy storage concepts. Energy efficiency was identified as hierarchical condition mandatory for every single introduced options. All introduced options were verified against European energy law, against principles of energy security and against economical and security criteria. Final and most important criteria for plausibility of such options is embodied in European energy policy and current energy and climate strategies.
Conflicts in Afghanistan and its renewal
Freiberková, Romana ; Pavlík, Petr (advisor) ; Jeníček, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis deals with Afghanistan and conflicts that affected it. Thesis is focused on renewal of Afghanistan and development aid that Afghanistan receives. There is analyzed situation of Afghanistan after 2001 when appeared allied troops in the country. There are analyzed ODA, main donors and where the aid helps. The thesis deals with aid by EU and Czech Republic. There is analyzed development of Afghanistan on the basis of macro-economic and other indicators.
The economic analysis of the Russian Federation
Počárovská, Alena ; Jeníček, Vladimír (advisor) ; Němcová, Ingeborg (referee)
This thesis aims to set a complex view on the economy of the Russian Federation, show its strengths and weaknesses and evaluate its competitiveness in the context of oil and gas reserves. For this purpose the thesis is divided into three chapters. The first one analyses Russian macroeconomics and rates its efficiency, especially after 2000 and in relation to the global financial and economic crisis in 2008. Furthermore, the thesis describes country's energetic sector, its issues and perspectives, impact on economic growth and consequences of insufficient diversification and Russian dependency on export of resources. The main contribution of the thesis represents the last chapter which aims to identify Russian potential with regard to competitiveness, classify its possibilities, suggest solutions and changes needed to enhance competitiveness and ensure sustainable growth independent on resource prices. In conclusion, possible perspectives of Russian development until 2030 are brought forward. The analysis of competitiveness is based on the methodology of the World Economic Forum and Global competitiveness index.
Global changes in localisation of extraction, processing and usage of uranium: economic and political aspects
Skořepa, Štěpán ; Vošta, Milan (advisor) ; Jeníček, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis analyses the causes and theoretical perspectives on the historical trends of extraction and use of uranium. It also examines the history's implication for the current situation and future development of the field of uranium mining. The main goal of this work is to analyse the localisation of extraction and use of uranium in particular countries over different periods of time and also the political and economic aspects of its use. The first chapter contains the summary of localisation theories, theories of international trade, explains the connection between globalisation and international trade and describes the main characteristics of uranium and its methods of extraction. The second chapter explores historical changes of localisation of extraction, their comparison to usage in particular countries and confrontation with theoretical assumptions. The third chapter addresses the military and civilian use of uranium, its development and its future. The dependence of ownership of nuclear technology on the level of economic development is also examined here, as well as motives for its acquisition.

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