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The Finnish business environment
Kozminská, Michaela ; Müllerová, Františka (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
This master thesis deals with the specifics of the business environment of Finland. The aim is to analyze the aspects of the business environment of Finland according to PEST analysis and based on this analysis to identify the main advantages and disadvantages of finnish business environment. To achieve a set aim the thesis is divided into three chapters.
Influence of Economic Crisis on The Integration of European Union
Bartušková, Hana ; Karpová, Eva (advisor) ; Němcová, Ingeborg (referee) ; Křelinová, Jana (referee) ; Kučerová, Zuzana (referee)
This thesis focuses on the changes in the European Union due to the economic crisis in 2008/2009. The thesis defines an integrational system of the European Union and the changes in the system that bring some changes to the economic integration of the European Union. The main research question is whether the economic crisis brings the deepening of the economic integration or some desintegration tendencies in the European Union. The main part is the analysis of the free movement of goods, services, people and capital on the single market in the European Union. With an accent on the analysis of the institutional integration in the European Union. The thesis looks into the connection between the instutional and real integration of the European Union and the economic situation in the member states.
The development and the sustainability of the external public debt of the European Union member states
Střecha, Michal ; Karpová, Eva (advisor) ; Izák, Vratislav (referee) ; Šaroch, Stanislav (referee) ; Křelinová, Jana (referee)
The public debt is considered as an important indicator of the macroeconomic and financial stability of the domestic economy. It reflects a quality of the fiscal policy and the sustainability of the public finances. The public debt has been recently paid more attention in the context of the last financial and debt crisis initiated in 2008. A considerable amount of literature has been published on the topic of interconnections between budget balances and macroeconomic environment. However, the budget deficit is only a consequence of higher public expenditures than public revenues. Therefore, the debt is only an alternative source of financing the budget deficit. One of the main ideas of the doctoral thesis is that the macroeconomic effects of the fiscal policy represented by the budget deficits and effects of the public debt should differ. While activities of the fiscal policy effect the real economic indicators such as the GDP, an increase in the public debt effects the monetary indicators such as the exchange rate, the market interest rate and the money supply. The main object of the doctoral thesis is the analysis of the public debt development including the changes in the public debt structure broken down by debt instruments, currency, maturity and the holder profile. Besides, other main object is to analyse the macroeconomic effects of various forms of a public debt; firstly the attention is paid to different monetary effects of the domestic and the external public debt. The doctoral thesis suggests a new point of view to the analysis of the macroeconomic effects and sustainability of a public debt. The findings can be used in the decision making process; If a public deficit is supposed to be domestic debt or external debt financed. Apart from the effects of the changes in the outstanding debt, the effects of the changes in the public debt structure are examined.
The strategic importance of Serbia to the European Union
Janković, Vukica ; Vošta, Milan (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee) ; Němcová, Ingeborg (referee) ; Kazanský, Rastislav (referee)
Doctoral dissertation presents an analysis of the Serbian economy in the mutual relations between the European Union (EU) and the Western Balkans. The assumption that the EU and Serbia, as an integral part of the Balkan region, have interests in the partnership and cooperation is the baseline of the research. The following aspects have been singled out, by method of ranking, which is based on achieving the highest turnover in the last six years: trade, foreign direct investment and energy. Gravity model was used to analyze routes of trade and energy. A models of trade import and export between Serbia and the EU 28 member countries and the countries of the Western Balkans, as well as models of imports and exports of energy between Serbia and the EU 28 member countries and the countries of the Western Balkans, were used in order to assess the potential of trade and energy trade. Method of trend line and trend extrapolation of foreign direct investment (FDI) was used in order to determine the degree of the presence of FDI in Serbia and their predictions, which could be an indicator of investment climate in Serbia. The conclusion is that Serbia has strategic importance as a candidate for membership in the EU because of its regional importance. Entering the Western Balkan countries in the EU should not happen without Serbia, because Serbia has a regional importance, which arise from the economic, historical, cultural, infrastructural and geopolitical links with countries in the region, of which some are already members of the EU.
Business and Cultural Specifics of Malaysia
Mitrengová, Veronika ; Müllerová, Františka (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to characterise the Malaysian culture and its impact on a business meeting with a Malaysian partner. The first chapter deals with the general characteristics of Malaysia, it gives information about geography, residents, language, climate, political system and political situation, symbols of the country, membership in international organisations and economic situation in the country. The second chapter analyses Malaysian culture, it is specifically dedicated to religion, art, the most important feasts, Malaysian cuisine, the main tourist attractions and cultural dimensions according to Geert Hofstede. The third chapter is about preparation and course of a business meeting and about business etiquette.
Icelandic economy after the crisis and future perspectives on economic development
Plocková, Kateřina ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with the recovery of the Icelandic economy after the financial crisis that affected the country in 2008. The thesis is divided into four main chapters. The first chapter focuses on theoretical view on the financial crisis and the typology of each crisis. The second chapter describes pre-crisis economic development, triggers and the subsequent collapse of the banking sector. The third chapter deals with the impacts of the crisis on selected economic indicators, evaluation of the assistance provided by International Monetary Fund and outlines the issue of capital controls that were relatively controversial element of the IMF program. The last chapter discusses the question of joining the European Union in relation to the crisis and also describes the major difficult point of negotiation, namely fishing.
The business and cultural specifics of Saudi Arabia
Bendová, Kateřina ; Müllerová, Františka (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the business and cultural specifics of Saudi Arabia. The main objective of my bachelor thesis is to characterize economic, cultural and business aspects of Saudi Arabia. The first chapter is devoted to the basic characteristics of Saudi Arabia, specifically to geographic conditions, demographic data, political system, legal system of the country, national emblems, membership in major international organizations and practical information. In the second chapter I deal with the economic characteristics of Saudi Arabia. It includes an analysis of the basic macroeconomic indicators and economic sectors. This part of the thesis also focuses on Saudi Arabia's foreign trade, including the trade with the Czech Republic. The third chapter is devoted to the culture of Saudi Arabia, its most significant features and business negotiations. It also includes the cultural dimensions by Geert Hofstede, the Islamic religion, the way of life and the position of women in the Arab world. The fourth chapter contains the interviews with the representatives of the Czech companies, which have already entered the Saudi Arabian market.
The Chinese economy in the perspective of United Nations development projects
Gandalovičová, Linda ; Jiránková, Martina (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
The year 2015 is a big milestone in the history of United Nations development projects. The Millennium Development Goals, which were agreed on by United Nations member states in 2000, are followed by the Sustainable Development Goals. This thesis, using development projects of the United Nations and more specifically the indicator of extreme poverty, analyses the Chinese economy and discusses it´s persistent negative factors affecting progress towards sustainable development. The thesis is divided into four chapters. The first part focuses on the historical background of the adoption of the Millennium Development Goals. The second chapter then in particular studies extreme poverty, which is the fundamental component of the first target of the Millennium Development Goals. The third chapter provides an analysis of four thematic areas of the Chinese economy, which negatively affect economic development and which should become a government priority when speaking of further reduction of extreme poverty. The last part builds on the previous findings and presents specific sub-areas of the Sustainable Development Goals that address the defined problematics.
The development of the Swiss economy between 2007 and 2012 in the context of world economic crisis
Buřič, Vojtěch ; Karpová, Eva (advisor) ; Bič, Josef (referee)
The objective of this diploma thesis is to analyse the Swiss economy at the beginning of the third millennium, while the main emphasis is put on period since 2007, when the world economic crisis started on the finacial markets of United States of America and then spread to other parts of the globalized world. The thesis is divided into three chapters. The first chapter describes the fundamental geographic, demographic, political, historical and economic facts about Switzerland. The second chapter explores the Swiss economy on the basis of main macroeconomical indicators as gross domestic product, inflation rate and rate of unemployment. There is also analyse of the balance of payments, the foreign trade and the international investment position of the country. The third chapter concludes the thesis with detailed description of the crisis and its effects on the Swiss economy and with futures prospects.
Impact of the crisis on Economy of Great Britain
Popovych, Tamara ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
The thesis examines the influence of the financial and economic crisis on the economy of the United Kingdom. After a theoretical introduction to the financial and economic crises the impact of the crisis on the most important macroeconomic indicators is observed from the beginning of recession in 2008 until present. Final part of the work describes and analyzes the reaction of the British government and Central bank to alleviate the impact of the crisis on the real economy. It examines in detail two important issues, namely consolidation of public finances and restoring of British financial sector stability. With regard to economic development and current condition a possible future development of the British economy in the next few years is outlined.

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