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Comparison of wage compensation and sickness insurance in the Czech Republic and Great Britain in the period 2007 - 2016
Holík, František ; Brabec, Petr (advisor) ; Tománková, Martina (referee)
This bachelor thesis provides an analysis of wage compensation and sickness insurance in the Czech Republic and analysis of wage compensation in the Great Britain. The differences between aforementioned systems emerge from different approach to social policy. The British system arised from a liberal model of social state. On the other hand, Czech system arised from a redistributive model. In the Czech model, higher social benefits are provided. It makes higher pressure on the state budget. Benefits in the British model are at a low level and are tested by income. The Czech system provides a higher salary replacement rate than the British system. The Czech system is more solid and provides higher coverage ratio of mandatory spendings. But the British system offers absolute equivalence. All employees in the Great Britain recieve the same amount of wage compensation.
Consumer protection in the field of food labeling in Czech Republic
Fialová, Andrea ; Horová, Olga (advisor) ; Tománková, Martina (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to evaluate the perception, importance and knowledge in the field of food labeling in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part at first focuses on an explanation of terms related to this issue - legislation and food labeling requirements. The practical part consists of a research based on a questionnaire survey. The research is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on consumer's interests in the field of informing about food in general, their preferences to food information while doing the shopping and satisfaction with the current labeling system. The aim of the second part of the research is to examine consumer's knowledge of this issue.
Analysis and comparison of unemployment in the Czech republic and Slovakia from 1994 to 2015
Zákoucký, Jiří ; Zeman, Martin (advisor) ; Tománková, Martina (referee)
This Bachelors thesis is devoted to the analysis of unemployment in the Czech Republic and Slovakia between years 1994 and 2015. The aim of the thesis is to analyze and compare the development of unemployment between the countries, and furthermore to focus comparison onto unemployment of selected risk groups. The theoretical part focuses on defining basic approaches dealing with the issue. Moreover, it describes the basic concepts of unemployment and sets out not only the fundamental factors affecting unemployment, but also the consequences of unemployment. In the practical part is first analyzed unemployment in the period 1994-2015 in individual countries. Consequently, it delivers comparison of each country, not only in terms of general unemployment rate, which is lower in Czech Republic than in Slovakia, but also in terms of selected risk groups of unemployed people, which shows different values in both countries. Finally, is provided a discussion of economic and political measures to tackle unemployment.
Analysis of education influence on the wage level in Czech Republic
Tománková, Martina ; Mirvald, Michal (advisor) ; Křítková, Soňa (referee)
The main objective of this thesis is to find out if and how education influence wage. Logical consideration and existing studies imply that there is a positive correlation in between achieved education and individual´s wage level. The studies, however, vary in size of influence and in the Czech Republic there are very few studies that deal with this topic. This master thesis is based on its own survey from which was obtained a total of 521 responses. The survey was conducted during the period of March to May 2015. Data were analysed and interval regression demonstrated positive correlation between achieved education and wage level. When reaching a bachelor´s degree, an individual´s wage increase on average by 8 % compared to individuals with secondary education with graduation. If an individual reaches master degree, his wage increases on average by 21.9 % compared to the wage of individual who achieved the secondary education with graduation. The analysis has also proven the existence of gender pay gap. According to the results, women in Czech Republic have lower wages by 21.3 % compared to men´s. The study also discusses the achievement of higher education for individuals older than 26 years. Regression analysis showed that obtaining bachelor education for this group has higher yield (14.4 %) than in the analysis of the whole data set. Conversely, obtaining master degree has for this group lower profitability (17.3 %). Part of this thesis was also to calculate the return on investment in higher education. Using the method of internal rate of return, it was found out that the return on investment is 8.3 %.

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