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Economic and other impacts of health education at primary schools in the Czech Republic in 2016
Piskora, Jakub ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with economic and other impacts of health education practiced in primary schools in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two chapters. The first theoretical chapter describes the field of health education and his significance, then health itself as a determinant of the socio-economic development of the country. At the end of the chapter are summarized the risk areas. In the second practical chapter, the questionnaire survey is performed and analyzes the current status of health education. Secondly, suggestions and recommendations of respondents are examined to improve the effectiveness of health education. As a result of the research, I find that the current state and conditions of the health education are at a good level.
Inclusion and Its Expected Social-economic Impacts at Elementary Schools in the Czech Republic in 2016
Krákora, Jan ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with inclusion at elementary schools in the Czech Republic and tries to estimate expected social-economic impacts. In the theoretical part of the thesis terms such as integration and inclusion are defined, then the current legislationrelating to the education of pupils with special educational needs is described and last but not least the system of the Norwegian and the Finnish special education is presented. Firstly, the practical part shows based on macroeconomic data that inclusion may have positive economic impacts on assumption that sufficient financial sources are invested and appropriate conditions are set up. Finally, the results of the own questionnaire surveyproving that the appropriate conditions are not set up for the persons concerned in the Czech Republic.
Analysis of Pension Reform in the Czech Republic in 2010-2016 in the Context of Demographic Development
Vojtěch, Zdeněk ; Krebs, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Brabec, Petr (referee)
The pension system is an important part of social policy and public budget. Negative demographic development put pressure on the financial sustainability of the pension system therefore political establishment are forced to implement reform measures. The aim of the thesis will be to analyze the pension system of the Czech Republic between 2010 and 2016 and on the basis of this analysis to propose measures for its improvements. In the theoretical part the thesis will examine the social policy and issues of pension systems. At the same time it will pay attention to the international institutions and their proposals. In the practical part the thesis will be focused on demographic development which is a fundamental factor of the long-term stability of the pension system. It will analyze the changes in the pension system in the period under review. The conclusion of the thesis will show the possible ways to improve the stability of the pension system.
Consequences of ageing population for the needs of social care services
Šebík, Antonín ; Průša, Ladislav (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee)
This thesis is focused on problems of consequences of ageing population and the needs of social care services in terms of bed capacity in retirements homes and nursing homes. The aim of the thesis is to set a projection of bed capacity in these facilities at the level of individual regions and the whole Czech Republic by 2051. The dissertation presents three methods of calculating the future bed capacity which shows that the bed capacity will need to be significantly increased in future. The results found show that there are regional differences in the demographic structure within the Czech Republic at regional level which leads to a different intensity of demand for bed capacity.
Economic Policy in the USA and Germany 1933–1939
Johnson, Zdenka ; Tajovský, Ladislav (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee) ; Slaný, Antonín (referee)
The dissertation provides an analysis, evaluation, and comparison of selected areas of economic policy in the United States of America and Germany from 1933 to 1939 within the context of the 1920s, the Great Depression, and the Second World War. Based on a thorough analysis of the determined objectives, tools, the intended and unintended impacts of their fiscal policies, monetary policies, and foreign-trade policies, the dissertation thesis aims to verify the basic hypothesis that the United States and German economic policies were largely similar as responding to similar issues that both advanced economies had to face. During the verification process, the author relies mainly on the genuine processing and analysis of original statistical sources. In the individual chapters of the dissertation both identical, and also different features in selected types of economic policies are presented. On the basis of a comparison of the main economic-policies trends, despite some differences in the partial characteristics of chosen economic policy types, it can be concluded that economic policies of the central governments of Germany and the United States of America were similar in surprisingly many respects.
Comparison of the chosen parts of the Social System in the Czech and Slovak Republic in years 2003-2016
Rosenbergerova, Zuzana ; Krebs, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis focuses on subsystems of social politics, specifically pension system and family politics. The core of the thesis is a comparison of these two areas of social system in Czech and Slovak republic. The theoretical part focuses on the development of social politics after the collapse of Czechoslovakia, describes types of pension systems and forms of family politics. The practical part describes the differences between the systems. Apart from the comparison of the functioning of the pension structure, the thesis also compares the countries from the demographical point of view and types of family support. The thesis tries to answer whether there are any cons in Slovak system, Czech system can take an inspiration from. Conclusion of this thesis should reveal whether are there any possible implications of the Slovak system into the Czech one.
Lone-parent families as a public policy problem: stakeholders' frame reflection and reframing
Hejzlarová, Eva ; Veselý, Arnošt (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee) ; Žižková, Jana (referee)
The main theme of the work is finding an answer to the question why in the past years Czech Parliament has failed to enforce measures improving the quality of life of lone-parent families, and what could be done for these measures to be adopted. Theoretical support for answering both questions is provided by a) frame analysis (Schőn and Rein), which works with the idea of conflicting frames and bridging conflicts through reframing, and b) the theory of social construction of target groups (Schneider and Ingram). Based on an analysis of stenographic minutes from proceedings dealing with the issue of non-payment of child support (in particular with proposals for the state to pay child support first and then to receive it from the obligor) and the arrangements connected to child custody (in particular the proposal to strengthen alternating custody), conflicting frames are reconstructed (in the case of non-payment, there are three conflicting frames, in the case of child custody two). These conflicting frames, or rather the fact that they are insufficiently addressed, may be the cause of the incapacity of Czech political representation to address the above agenda. An "efficient penalizing of the debtor" is described as a possible reframing of the problem in the field of non-payment of child support....
Analysis of Older Workers Labour Market in the Czech Republic During the Years 2005-2015
Virtová, Olga ; Krebs, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Kotýnková, Magdalena (referee)
Czech Republic, like other European developed countries, has to deal with impacts of population ageing. The number of older people in society grows therefore the drain on workers in productive age is rising. Population ageing causes problems within current setting of the Czech pension system, especially in long-term sustainability of public finance. Hence added involvement of elderly people into working process becomes necessary. The goal of this Masters thesis is to analyse the situation of older workers on Czech labour market between 2005 and 2015 and to find some possible solutions that would increase the employment rate of people before and in retirement age. There are four chapters in the theoretical part that are dealing with population ageing, labour market, specificities of employing older workers and tools used to increase the employment rate. The practical part is focused on demographic situation in the Czech Republic and especially on analysis of the situation of older workers on the Czech labour market in comparison to countries of the European Union. Analysis that was carried out confirms that the overall employment rate of older workers in the Czech Republic is on a good level however there are some areas that need to be improved. For example, option of using part time working contracts is underused as well as the motivation of elderly people to stay economically active. In the last chapter there are possible solutions suggested. These recommendations could strengthen motivation of older workers to stay on labour market and in the same time should motivate employers to employ these workers.
Trends in the minimum wage and its impact on the amount of social security contributions for the period 2004-2014 in selected EU countries
Bížová, Barbora ; Krebs, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Barák, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis analyzes the impacts of raising the minimum wage to transfer payments for social insurance in the period 2004 - 2014. It compares development and changes in the rate of minimum wage in selected EU countries and examines the context of the events that preceded these changes. The conclusions of many theses show that minimum wage increases the employer's costs for employees, who subsequently seek different ways how to avoid these additional costs. This thesis did not confirm the hypothesis that an increase in the minimum wage significantly affects the rate of income from social insurance.
Alternative work types in the regional administration of the Pardubice region 2015
Strauss, Jakub ; Barák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Krebs, Vojtěch (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with current situation of the exploitation of alternative work types in the regional administration in the Pardubice region. The thesis is divided into two chapters, one of which describes advantages and disadvantages of flexible working hours. The second chapter uses the survey which is focused on frequency of utilizing different a types of flexible work. It analyzes opinions of offices on this issue. Also, the survey searches questionnaire on potential troubles caused by these loads.

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