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Analysis of Customer Satisfaction and Suggested Measures for its Improvement
Matějová, Martina ; Matoušková, Tereza (referee) ; Schüller, David (advisor)
Master´s thesis deals with the analysis of customer satisfaction in selected company. Provides an overview of the subject to which include customer analytics and marketing environment, marketing research, and other related concepts. The aim of this thesis is to analyze the customer satisfaction in the company m.a. alu service s.r.o. through a questionnaire survey and design and find the most effective way to improve the quality of service and customer satisfaction levels.
Proposal to Introduce a More Efficient debt Collection at m.a. povrchove upravy, s.r.o. Company
Matějová, Martina ; Rajda, Zdeněk (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis examines the process of debt collection in the company m.a. povrchové úpravy, s.r.o. The theoretical part provides an overview of the issue of claims, in which not only enforcement but also the creation, provision and termination claims. This thesis also includes information about the company m.a. povrchové úpravy, s.r.o. and analyze a contemporary problem of debt recovery in this company. Finally, is proposed the most effective way of debt collection for the company m.a. povrchové úpravy, s.r.o.
Hybrid Mismatches After the ATADTheoretical Aspects of International Cooperation in Tax Matters
Hrdlička, Lukáš ; Boháč, Radim (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee) ; Matejová, Martina (referee)
Hybrid Mismatches After the ATAD Theoretical Aspects of International Cooperation in Tax Matters Abstract This dissertation argues that the current approach toward hybrid mismatches, i.e. linking rules, is ineffective and that EU Member States should consider and adopt other solutions to hybrid mismatches, in particular coordination rules, to achieve single taxation of cross-border income if it is their tax policy goal. I make this argument to help tax policymakers deal properly with hybrid mismatches while also achieving greater legal certainty for taxpayers and tax administrators. While pursuing my claim, I touch on the essential elements of current international taxation, describe certain sets of hybrid mismatches, discuss policy implications of hybrid mismatches' outcomes, and show what linking rules are and that they have many shortcomings. Consequently, I discuss various alternative solutions to hybrid mismatches and point out that coordination rules can be a better method to pursue. Using the preparatory discussion, I examine the Czech anti-hybrid mismatches rules and argue that EU Member States can, to some extent, still use coordination rules as a solution to hybrid mismatches under the ATAD. My analysis leads to practical and theoretical conclusions. I show that the academic literature does not...
Hybrid Mismatches After the ATAD Theoretical Aspects of International Cooperation in Tax Matters
Hrdlička, Lukáš ; Boháč, Radim (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee) ; Matejová, Martina (referee)
Hybrid Mismatches After the ATAD Theoretical Aspects of International Cooperation in Tax Matters Abstract This dissertation argues that the current approach toward hybrid mismatches, i.e. linking rules, is ineffective and that EU Member States should consider and adopt other solutions to hybrid mismatches, in particular coordination rules, to achieve single taxation of cross-border income if it is their tax policy goal. I make this argument to help tax policymakers deal properly with hybrid mismatches while also achieving greater legal certainty for taxpayers and tax administrators. While pursuing my claim, I touch on the essential elements of current international taxation, describe certain sets of hybrid mismatches, discuss policy implications of hybrid mismatches' outcomes, and show what linking rules are and that they have many shortcomings. Consequently, I discuss various alternative solutions to hybrid mismatches and point out that coordination rules can be a better method to pursue. Using the preparatory discussion, I examine the Czech anti-hybrid mismatches rules and argue that EU Member States can, to some extent, still use coordination rules as a solution to hybrid mismatches under the ATAD. My analysis leads to practical and theoretical conclusions. I show that the academic literature does not...
Proposal to Introduce a More Efficient debt Collection at m.a. povrchove upravy, s.r.o. Company
Matějová, Martina ; Rajda, Zdeněk (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis examines the process of debt collection in the company m.a. povrchové úpravy, s.r.o. The theoretical part provides an overview of the issue of claims, in which not only enforcement but also the creation, provision and termination claims. This thesis also includes information about the company m.a. povrchové úpravy, s.r.o. and analyze a contemporary problem of debt recovery in this company. Finally, is proposed the most effective way of debt collection for the company m.a. povrchové úpravy, s.r.o.
Analysis of Customer Satisfaction and Suggested Measures for its Improvement
Matějová, Martina ; Matoušková, Tereza (referee) ; Schüller, David (advisor)
Master´s thesis deals with the analysis of customer satisfaction in selected company. Provides an overview of the subject to which include customer analytics and marketing environment, marketing research, and other related concepts. The aim of this thesis is to analyze the customer satisfaction in the company m.a. alu service s.r.o. through a questionnaire survey and design and find the most effective way to improve the quality of service and customer satisfaction levels.

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