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Poland - Trade Partner of Czech Republic
Lotterová, Jitka ; Kalínská, Emilie (advisor) ; Kadeřábková, Klára (referee)
Cílem práce je popsat a analyzovat ekonomickou situaci Polské Republiky a nalézt obchodní příležitosti v oblasti mezinárodního obchodu mezi Polskou a Českou Republiku
Burzy cenných papírů ve střední a východní Evropě
Krajcr, Stanislav ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Budík, Josef (referee)
Obecné poznatky o burzách - pojem, historie, principy fungování, funkce a význam, základní členění, státní regulace. Popis a analýza fungování burzy v České republice, Slovenské republice, Polsku, Maďarsku a Rusku - historický vývoj těchto burz, trhy těchto burz, obchodní systém na těchto burzách, vypořádání obchodů na těchto burzách a vybrané burzovní indexy. Vybrané problémy týkající se výše uvedených burz: privatizace a akciový trh, dluhové instrumenty.
Impact of the transformation process on Russian Federation's engagement in international trade
Podstata, Jan ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Petříček, Václav (referee) ; Šrein, Zdeněk (referee) ; Konečný, Čestmír (referee)
The dissertation thesis is handling the transformation process of Russian Federation's economy from the beginning of the 90's up to present time. It evaluates selected transformation conditions, transformation process and the implications for today's participation Russia's in international trade. Considered are also specifics given by the historical development. Further the thesis is devoted to lines dominant and potentially important in the foreign trade, considering several territories and possible future development.
Perspective of the EU-Russia economic relations – building common economic space
Sokolov, Ivan ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Kalínská, Emílie (referee) ; Němcová, Ingeborg (referee) ; Varadzin, František (referee)
The main objective of the doctorate thesis was to explore the causes of the current state of relations between the EU and Russia and to provide substantiation for future effective cooperation. The main analytical assumption of the thesis is that deeper regional economic cooperation creates positive effects for improvement of economic relations. Based on that assumption a complex exploratory framework with solid theoretical grounding was created in order to evaluate potential gains from trade liberalization scenarios between the EU and Russia. Main research is focused on the three following areas: historical background of economic relations, current developments and perspectives of the future cooperation in light of trade liberalization. Historical background of common economic relations stems from political and economic development on both sides, legal and institutional framework and problematic areas. Current development of trade and economic relations is based on analysis of trade flows in goods, trade in services and capital flows. Analysis of the future development is based on three liberalization scenarios: - Accession of Russia to the World Trade Organization (WTO), - Free trade agreement (FTA) -- scrapping customs tariffs between the EU and Russia, - Comprehensive free trade agreement (FTA+) -- reduction of non-tariff barriers to trade, liberalization of trade in services and capital flows, regulatory harmonization. Meta-analysis of different computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling is used to evaluate the liberalization scenarios. Research results proved positive effects of trade liberalization for both sides. However, comprehensive free trade agreement seems to be the most effective form of trade liberalization with maximum economic welfare gains for the EU and the Russian Federation.
Impacts of the EU structural and regional policy on the Czech economy and assessment of the impacts in the context of experience of selected member states
Vondrák, David ; Bárta, Vladimír (advisor) ; Wokoun, René (referee) ; Kalínská, Emílie (referee) ; Urban, Luděk (referee)
This work focuses on evaluation of possible impacts of structural and regional EU policy applied in the Czech Republic. Besides preliminary assessment of the use of economic, social and territorial cohesion policy in the Czech Republic, its aim is to put our national specific approach in the context of the whole European Union. It required not only a general appraisal of single priorities but also direct comparison with impacts of similar measures on the economies of the EU in the past. For this objective, an important part of the work consists in four case studies, analysing the application and impacts of the EU cohesion policy instruments in cohesion countries (Spain, Portugal, Greece, Ireland) since the first programming period 1989--1993 until the current period 2007--2013. With respect to the starting point of these economies and societies I would consider the convergence process to the EU relatively successful. Nevertheless, there are some important differences in the use and impact of the cohesion policy in these four member states. The results show that the impact of the Structural Funds in Spain has been quite sizeable in terms of its contribution to the economic growth and reduction of unemployment. Spain as a whole is approaching the EU average in most of the economic indicators. The convergence of the Portugal economy was markedly less substantial and the disparities increased on the regional level. The significant side effect of spending of Structural Funds in Greece consists mainly in the improvement of the institutional framework and strategic planning. The Irish example points to the importance of using the assistance rather for public goods than for supporting the private sector. The Czech Republic should take an example from this experience. Effects of the EU cohesion policy on the domestic economy could be very significant -- not only for a short-term but also for a long-term perspective. However, it is necessary to be aware of the fact that we are still talking about possible impacts, whose real successful fulfilment depends on individual participants -- whether on the strategic or the final beneficiaries levels.
Tranformation of Russian Federation and its impact on corporate environment - new oportunities for Czech exporters.
Samsonyan, Hakob ; Plchová, Božena (advisor) ; Kalínská, Emílie (referee) ; Petříček, Václav (referee) ; Kubišta, Václav (referee)
The Russian market represents big opportunities for Czech exporters in the near and distant future. Czech companies have gained a lot of comparative advantages in the past periode: language simillarities, trade connections, cooperation of producing companies, good knowledge of local regional specifities etc. There are large scale of opportunities in traditional and new industry, glass and wooden industry, petrol and gas companies. It is necessary to know specific conditions and risks of the Russian market. To be competitive it requests not only to export but to account with capital participation. Objectives and Hypothesis of the dissertation: Basic goals: Analysis of the business climate in Russia as the result of the transformation process from centrally directed to market system and democracy. Evaluation of changes in the competitive position of Czech exporters and investors on Russian market. There are various measures and tools of the improvement of the competitiveness of Czech exports on the Russian market. As the member of the EU the Czech republic participates on all trade agreements valid in the trade relations between EU and Russia, first of all it is Partnership and Cooperation Agreement inclusive MFN regime (the Most Favoured Nation Clause). Czech exporters have a lot of strong points in the return to Russian market. There are also certain weaknesses, a lot of opportunities but also threatens. The Czech institutions which provide effective and complex credit and insurance support for Czech exporters are: Czech Export Bank and Export Guarantee and Insurance Company.
The Impact of Foreign Investment on the Economic Development of Selected Countries in the CEE Region
Polívka, Martin ; Černá, Iveta (advisor) ; Kalínská, Emílie (referee)
The thesis examines the impact of incoming foreign direct investment on the economy of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland between 1993 and 2007 through the prism of three macroeconomic indicators: the gross domestic product, the rate of unemployment and exports. The thesis is structured into four chapters. In the first chapter, the term FDI is defined and categorized. The second chapter describes thoroughly direct and indirect impacts of FDI on the GDP, the rate of unemployment and exports of the host economy. The third chapter offers an analysis of FDI flowing into the Central Eastern European region and the four countries in question after 1989. A special emphasis is put on economic policy towards FDI, the sectors and regions which attracted it the most. The fourth chapter examines the impact of FDI on the above-mentioned three macroeconomic indicators in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland using a simple linear regression. The chapter closes with a few thoughts on the impacts of FDI in the long-run, especially taking into account the sectors foreign investors preferred the most in CEE.
Actual questions of the Czech Republic's preparations for entering the euro area
Furch, Tomáš ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Čajka, Radek (referee)
This bachelor's thesis primarily deals with the current economic situation of the Czech Republic concerning the ability to adopt the single European currency called euro. The thesis consists of five chapters, which describe not only the euro link to the Czech economy, but also other aspects of the euro both in terms of historical evolution of this currency and the present problems in different EU countries. In the last chapter Euro is also regarded as a part of the world economy and the possible future processes connected with this currency are mentioned.
FDI flows and Russian Federation since 1991
Abdullin, Denis ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Bolotov, Ilya (referee)
Foreign direct investments are very vital for all modern economies, making the world economy move and develop. Every country, that is trying to increase its potential and achieve economic growth, must make an important effort to attract inward investments and of course invest in other countries, archiving even more profit. Greatest receivers and supplier of FDI are USA, Western European countries, China and Japan in Asia. My final thesis is focusing on the Russian Federation as a receiver and also as an investor. Even though Russia`s economy is one of the biggest, investments to this country are not too crucial as in developed market economies. In my thesis I am making an overview of Russian economy and history, finishing with the analysis of inward and outward streams of FDI in Russia, policies of investment projects in Russia, investment potential of Russian regions.
The Results of the Transition Process in Visegrad Four
Hruška, Jan ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Bolotov, Ilya (referee)
The thesis deals with the process of economic transition and its results in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic a the Slovak Republic, i.e. countries of Visegrad four. The paper describes the functioning of centrally planned economy and the general process of transition to a market economy. It also mentions different theoretical approaches. Furthermore it analyses the development of transition reforms in particular countries and compares the results of individual transition strategies.

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