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Investment services and their regulation
Losenický, Jan ; Kotáb, Petr (advisor) ; Sejkora, Tomáš (referee)
Investment services and their regulation Abstract The main objective of this thesis is to provide a description of investment services and legal regulation of their provision. This description is not limited only to a legal point of view but is provided also from an economic point of view since the latter approach has never been provided in Czech legal papers although it may be useful to handle with issues regarding both the interpretation and application of legal rules governing the provision of investment services. The first part of this thesis aims at defining some relating economic or financial terms like financial system, financial markets and explaining the concept of perfect and imperfect markets. It also emphasizes the influence of human heuristics and biases on investment decision making. In the second part, I described investment services in general including the economic reason of their existence and the reason of their provision. Then I followed with the review of legal system governing those services. The third part is dedicated to the main characteristics of some typical providers of investment services and their main differences vis-a-vis each other. Following part deals with rules of conduct especially with inducements and duty to assess the suitability or appropriateness of investment...
Community forms of ecologically-friendly life in individualized society
Losenický, Jan ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Kabele, Jiří (referee)
The thesis "Community forms of ecologically-friendly life in individualized society" deals with contemporary intentional eco-communities that are, mostly as ecovillages and cohousings, connected with the reneissance of the community movement in Western society in the nineties of the 20th century. Utilizing G. Simmel's concept of quantitative and qualitative individualism, it investigates to what extent is the existence and form of intentional eco-communities influenced by the process of individualization. The motivations of initiators and of the members of eco-communities, the question of privacy and the engagement in neighbourhood relationships and into public life are investigated in more detail. Third part of the work offers a description of examples of intentional eco-communities in Czech Republic and it also describes community projects that are related to this topic.
Community forms of ecologically-friendly life in individualized society
Losenický, Jan ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Kabele, Jiří (referee)
The thesis "Community forms of ecologically-friendly life in individualized society" deals with contemporary intentional eco-communities that are, mostly as ecovillages and cohousings, connected with the reneissance of the community movement in Western society in the nineties of the 20th century. Utilizing G. Simmel's concept of quantitative and qualitative individualism, it investigates to what extent is the existence and form of intentional eco-communities influenced by the process of individualization. The motivations of initiators and of the members of eco-communities, the question of privacy and the engagement in neighbourhood relationships and into public life are investigated in more detail. Third part of the work offers a description of examples of intentional eco-communities in Czech Republic and it also describes community projects that are related to this topic.

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