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Reception of the new economic theories in economic programme of the british Conservative Party between 1966-1982
Pučelík, Karel ; Váška, Jan (advisor) ; Kasáková, Zuzana (referee)
This work aims to analyze economic policy of the Conservative Party in Great Britain between 1966-1982. This range of years i selected because of the change of party leader. This changes brought new economic policy. In the first part of this work, there are introduced economic theories, which influenced economic policy of the second half of the twentieth century. As these theories are mentioned the keynesian economy, which was replaced with liberal economic theories. In the second part, ther are analyzed manifestos and government policy of the conservatives. The main sources of this part are the party programmes. In the begining of the chapter is analysed economic policy during the leadership of Edward Heath. His economic policy seems to be consensual. Although Heath defined his government as cabinet of changes, the political practise did not changed. Deeper changes were brought by Keith Joseph and Margaret Thatcher.
Economic and Political Consequences of Collectivization in Czechoslovakia
Pučelík, Karel ; Chalupecký, Petr (advisor) ; Johnson, Zdenka (referee)
This work aims to analyze the consequences of collectivization in czechoslovak agriculture. Reporting period is between 1948-1960. In the theoretical part are described political and economic motives and condition of czechoslovak agriculture. In the practical part contents development of collectivization and impact of agriculture reforms on agriculture sector. Reporting period is divided into three parts according to collectivization intensity. In the end we managed to verify the hypothesis that collectivization strongly affected the czechoslovak agriculture.

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