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Legal aspects of provision and protection informations in entrepreneurial activities
Švarc, Zbyněk ; Boháček, Martin (advisor) ; Koucká, Jiřina (referee) ; Vojčík, Peter (referee) ; Sabo, Mikuláš (referee)
Conscious and carefully planned decision making is a part of management containing planning, organization, operative management, motivation and control. All these components of management as well as their effective functioning are dependent on knowledge, data transfer and information processing and holding. If their acquisition is not or cannot be dependent on an activity of deciding subject itself (or dependent on an optional cooperation with other subjects) and data and information are essential and determinant in social point of view, then the third persons must be bound to provide them. A duty to provide such information must be set by legal rules. For purposes of this work, an information duty is specified as a legally binding duty of certain subject to provide information to another subject whose breach results in a rise of legal liability. Objects of this duty are data and information recognized by legal regulations as relevant for control and decision process. Subject of this work is a description and subsequent analysis of regulations of information duty in business relations in domestic legislation, especially information duty of entrepreneurs towards customers and consumers. Fighting this aim, contract basis of information duty is accentuated. The analysis of information duty is further coupled with characteristics of elementary legal tools how to protect the authors, providers and receivers of data and information, and also with the essential characteristics of public and private responsibility for breach of information duty.
Ethics in Business
Naser, Safwan ; Dědič, Jan (advisor) ; Boháček, Martin (referee) ; Radová, Jarmila (referee) ; Sabo, Mikuláš (referee)
In spite of the undisputable significance of ethics in virtually all fields of human behavior, the lack of ethics in business is painfully obvious with respect to the current financial crisis. The dissertation focuses on the theoretical analysis of the complications inherent to any attempt of defining ethics and ethical behavior, as well as the analysis of the intricate connection between theory and practice. The analysis of Islamic ethics and the financial crisis draws on the preceding theoretical background and sheds some light on the problems related to tack of ethics in business and the indispensable necessity of substantially augmenting the relevance of ethics not only in business, but in all the fields interconnected with the subject matter of ethics, which requires resolving the aforementioned intricacy that characterizes the link between theory and practice.

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