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The role of mitochondrial DNA in reproduction
Svobodová, Mariana ; Daňková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Jelínková, Ladislava (referee)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the role of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) in human reproduction, especially describing the differences in mtDNA dynamics in oogenesis, spermatogenesis and early embryo development. The physiological function of mtDNA is complemented by its pathologies and their effect on fertility and the ability of the embryo to implant successfully. Furthermore, mtDNA is discussed as a possible diagnostic marker in the evaluation of the quality of sperm, eggs and embryos. These findings of these studies are especially significant for assisted reproduction, where the goal is to select the highest quality embryo with the greatest implantation potential. The work also briefly mentions the presence of cell free mtDNA in the mother's blood and its connection with the development of preeclampsia. Key words: mtDNA, mitochondria, reproduction, (in)fertility
Merger regulation of killer acquisitions under European competition law in European and international comparison
Jakob, Sebastian ; Šmejkal, Václav (advisor) ; Svobodová, Magdaléna (referee)
1 English abstract Merger regulation of killer acquisitions under European competition law in European and international comparison Collen Cunningham, along with her colleagues, introduced a novel theory of harm known as a "killer acquisition" in her paper titled "Killer Acquisitions." A killer acquisition involves an already well-established market player acquiring a potential competitor with the intent to discontinue the acquired innovation project. The primary objective of such an acquisition is to eliminate potential competition that might arise from the innovative project of the acquired competitor. Typically, the potential targets of such scenarios are innovative start-ups that do not generate sufficient turnover to trigger the notification threshold employed in the EU, which relies solely on the turnover of merging parties. As a result, the European Commission sought other ways to assert jurisdiction over such transactions, most notably through the utilization of Article 22 of the Merger Regulation. However, it is argued that the current system of merger control at the European level is not bulletproof and a potential enforcement gap necessitating an amendment of the Merger Regulation exists. Consequently, several alternative criteria have been analysed, namely, the market-share test used in Spain...
Late transposition phenomenon in the Czech Republic
Říha, Michal ; Pítrová, Lenka (advisor) ; Svobodová, Magdaléna (referee) ; Plaňavová-Latanowicz, Jana (referee)
LATE TRANSPOSITION PHENOMENON IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC The implementation of European law is a necessary precondition for the functionality of European integration. However, while the Union institutions carry out the legislative work, the implementation of European law is a task for the Member States. They must adapt their legal systems accordingly and enforce EU rules effectively. In the case of directives, the basic condition for their effectiveness is transposition into national law, which usually requires to propose a new act of Parliament. The Czech Republic has long been one of the countries with a high proportion of late transposition of EU directives. Despite the generally accepted claim that the culprit of these transposition failures lays in the Czech Parliament, research refutes such views. Although the Chamber of Deputies is relatively autonomous from the Government, its deliberations are lengthy, and the Chamber of Deputies' Rules of Procedures offers only a limited range of instruments to guide parliamentary deliberations, transposition delays occur already at the executive level. This is even though the Czech Republic has a series of robust measures to improve the planning of implementation works, but these are not enforced in practice. Presented research is based on data on the legislative...
Transposition of Energy Communities into Czech Law
Pešková, Michaela ; Svobodová, Magdaléna (referee)
Transposition of Energy Communities into Czech Law - abstract The main topic of the presented diploma thesis is the legal concept of energy communities and its transposition into Czech law. The term "energy communities" means both citizen energy communities according to the Directive (EU) 2019/944 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 June 2019 on common rules for the internal market for electricity and amending Directive 2012/27/EU and renewable energy communities as defined by the Directive (EU) 2018/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2018 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources. None of the mentioned directives has yet been fully transposed in the Czech Republic, although the transposition deadlines in both cases have already passed. The first chapter of the diploma thesis discusses the transposition of EU directives in general and from a theoretical point of view, including transposition methods and a description of the process of transposition of directives at the national level. The second chapter deals with the EU legal provisions regulating the energy communities themselves. Common characteristics, as well as basic differences between both types of energy communities, are identified, including the consequences of these differences for...
Phenomenon Like House as an example of an internet-television media convergence
Svobodová, Marie ; Řehořová, Irena (advisor) ; Marcelli, Miroslav (referee)
This thesis focuses on the concept of media convergence as an complex and unpredictable process of old and new media colliding. More precisely, the the focus is of convergence between the television and the internet media. Due to digitalization the TV is undergoing changes and unavoidably interacts with the internet. The media convergence is shown on the example of a Czech reality show called Like House, where a group of influencers - internet (micro)celebrities - lives under one roof. Like House 2 is here not considered just as a reality show but as a hybrid multimedia project that spans across multiple media platforms and comes to be from multiple sources. Based on the analysis of the TV episodes as well as the associated social media, the conclusion is that the logic of television and internet is inherently linked together here. Like House 2 is an example of how media convergence can look like where media are converging on multiple levels.
Nuclear Ban Treaty and Stigmatization of NATO's Extended Nuclear Deterrence: Responses from Germany and Czechia
Svobodová, Markéta ; Smetana, Michal (advisor) ; Ludvík, Jan (referee)
Markéta Svobodová: Nuclear Ban Treaty and Stigmatization of NATO's Extended Nuclear Deterrence: Responses from Germany and Czechia (2023) Abstract To change the way nuclear weapons are addressed in international politics, proponents of the Nuclear Ban Treaty have called out not only the nuclear-haves, but also states benefiting from extended nuclear deterrence. If the nuclear disarmament norm is central to what constitutes appropriate behavior in international politics, how do NATO member states react to this deliberate stigma imposition strategy? The presented diploma thesis aims to answer this question by examining the cases of Germany and Czechia, showing the discursive strategies they employ to manage the circulation of the potentially discrediting information in regard to their identity as responsible members of the international community. While success of stigma imposition depends on the degree of stigma power possessed by the stigmatizer in the given context, In Germany, the ties of the current political leadership to pro-disarmament non-governmental sector have contributed to a shift from an approach of stigma rejection to a degree of stigma recognition over the examined time period (2013-2023). In Czechia, the lack of such a connection has among other factors prevented the non-governmental...
Managing and implementing change in the organisation
Svobodová, Markéta ; Mudd, Dana (advisor) ; Vinopal, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on managing and implementing change in an organization and examines key aspects of this issue. The first part of the thesis provides a theoretical framework that defines the key concepts such as change, an organization, or change management. It also defines several types of change and discusses the factors that can influence the success of change initiatives. Furthermore, the work identifies the key determinants of an organizational culture that can influence the acceptance of changes and the adaptability of an organization. Several of the best-known approaches and models that can be used in the implementation of changes also form a part of the theoretical basis. As a part of the research section of the thesis, an analysis of a specific case of an organization recently struggling with the implementation of fundamental changes was carried out, thus enabling the topic to be presented through a practical example. Research methods include the collection of primary data through face-to-face interviews with stakeholders. The aim was to capture the change management process in this organization and identify the benefits and limitations of the change implementation process. The research results provide insights into the success of change management in practice, present the...
Consumer interests in the regulation of Internet gatekeepers in EU and US competition law
Novák, Matyáš ; Šmejkal, Václav (advisor) ; Svobodová, Magdaléna (referee)
Consumer interests in the regulation of Internet gatekeepers in EU and US competition law Abstract This thesis focuses on the regulation of Internet gatekeepers in EU and US competition law. The aim of the thesis is to compare the rules and legislative proposals on the regulation of Internet gatekeepers from the perspective of protecting the interests of end consumers. The structure of the thesis is divided into five chapters. The first chapter is an introduction to the topic of the thesis. The second chapter offers a brief insight into the relationship between competition law and consumers. This chapter outlines the history of competition law and the consumer in a broader and narrower sense. The second chapter then defines the various consumer interests that are protected by EU and US competition law - price, choice, quality and innovation. The third chapter introduces the individual pieces of legislation examined, namely the European Digital Markets Act and the US federal bills American Innovation and Choice Online Act, Platform Competition and Opportunity Act, Ending Platform Monopolies Act, ACESS Act of 2021, and Open App Markets Act. The fourth chapter is devoted to the actual content of the gatekeeper regulation under review. This chapter is organized into 20 subchapters, 19 of which address the...

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