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Population Development of Countries after Demographic Revolution
Vítková, Lucie
Lucie Vítková: Populační vývoj zemí po demografické revoluci Abstract The aim of the thesis is an analysis of main features of population development in developed countries and a question whether there is homogeneity of population development. Demographic revolution is a qualitative change from extensive to intensive character of demographic reproduction and it is a subject to modernization. Countries which are understood not only as demographically developed ones but also as economically developed has been taken as an object of this thesis. These countries finished demographic revolution at the latest in the middle of the 20th century. This period has been used as a starting point for most analysis which has been carried out. Demographic reproduction is a process determined by biological and social factors. Human reproduction takes place in relatively stable limits, which lead to its homogenization. The importance of social conditionality has grown during demographic revolution, social aspects are the cause of their development changes and specific features, same social conditions lead to homogenization. Presumption of different features of population development as consequence of different conditions in former Eastern and Western countries has been confirmed not only in individual main demographic indexes...
Zavedení státní podpory venture capital pro malé a střední podniky
Vítková, Lucie
The Bachelor thesis deals with the development of the venture capital market in the period 2007 to 2014 in selected countries (such as Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia), with the state support of this alternative form of enterprises´ financing and with the implementation of JEREMIE in these countries. The state of venture capital market in selected countries is evaluated on the basis of quantitative characteristics in this thesis, moreover it shows which one of the selected countries has the best results on the venture capital market. The following part of the thesis includes results of the state support implementation through the JEREMIE initiative and how these results affected the venture capital market in selected countries.
Water Management Analysis of Storage Capacity of the Vranov Reservoir
Vítková, Lucie ; Havlík, Martin (referee) ; Marton, Daniel (advisor)
The current persistent drought and changes in the climate system have raised water managers expert questions about how to manage water resources in the future. The manifestation of climate change in hydrological series and their influence on the magnitude of threats to the storage functions of reservoirs are more often investigated. Already today, long-term shortages of storage capacity in reservoirs lead to the introduction of special manipulations on water structures. The aim of the thesis is to perform the analysis of time series, respectively decomposition of hydrological series average annual and monthly discharges. Create extended hydrological bases using synthetic discharge series generators and develop a comprehensive analysis of storage volume without considering losses even with the introduction of losses from the water surface vapor in the UNCE RESERVOIR program. The created discharge series are compared and evaluated on the basis of statistical characteristics and reservoir storages results with the real discharge series. The practical app is conducted on the Vranov reservoir in the Dyje River Basin.
Water yield analysis of given open water reservoir
Vítková, Lucie ; Janál,, Petr (referee) ; Marton, Daniel (advisor)
Last couple of years it has been possible to observed more frequent occurences of hydrological extremes. Mostly, the drought and the flood events have occured. The reservoir storage capacity will be threatened during long-term drought. A thorough revision of the storage capacity will be necessary to face the problems. This bachelor thesis deals with the calculation of the impact of the storage capacity of the open water reservoir Vranov. Introduction of the water loss from the reservoir by evaporation will be presented. The basis for the evaluation of the results the historical series and the synthetic monthly flows generator LRM soft and the software for calculation of the storage capacity UNCE RESERVOIR have been used.
The analysis of the development of expenses of the state social support system in the Czech Republic from 2004 to 2016
Vítková, Lucie ; Lukášová, Tereza (advisor) ; Vebrová, Ludmila (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the analysis of the development of expenses of the state social support system in the Czech Republic from 2004 to 2016. The system is one of the most crucial tools for the financial support of families with children. The relation between expenses and macroeconomic variables is the subject of examination. With the help of correlation and regression analysis, the hypothesis of linear increasing and decreasing of the state social support system expanses based on the development of GDP is also examined. No relation between expenses on social benefits and the economic cycle was confirmed in the analysis. The following section of this bachelor thesis analyses the legislation specifying the amount of expenditure of all currently paid social benefits. The measures implemented before the parliament elections of the year 2006, when the expenses reached their maximum in 2007 - almost 48 billion Czech crowns - predominantly because of this measure, are especially worthy of attention. The final part of this bachelor thesis is the author's own assessment of the issue.
Population Development of Countries after Demographic Revolution
Vítková, Lucie ; Pavlík, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee) ; Langhamrová, Jitka (referee)
Lucie Vítková: Populační vývoj zemí po demografické revoluci Abstract The aim of the thesis is an analysis of main features of population development in developed countries and a question whether there is homogeneity of population development. Demographic revolution is a qualitative change from extensive to intensive character of demographic reproduction and it is a subject to modernization. Countries which are understood not only as demographically developed ones but also as economically developed has been taken as an object of this thesis. These countries finished demographic revolution at the latest in the middle of the 20th century. This period has been used as a starting point for most analysis which has been carried out. Demographic reproduction is a process determined by biological and social factors. Human reproduction takes place in relatively stable limits, which lead to its homogenization. The importance of social conditionality has grown during demographic revolution, social aspects are the cause of their development changes and specific features, same social conditions lead to homogenization. Presumption of different features of population development as consequence of different conditions in former Eastern and Western countries has been confirmed not only in individual main demographic indexes...
Population Development of Countries after Demographic Revolution
Vítková, Lucie
Lucie Vítková: Populační vývoj zemí po demografické revoluci Abstract The aim of the thesis is an analysis of main features of population development in developed countries and a question whether there is homogeneity of population development. Demographic revolution is a qualitative change from extensive to intensive character of demographic reproduction and it is a subject to modernization. Countries which are understood not only as demographically developed ones but also as economically developed has been taken as an object of this thesis. These countries finished demographic revolution at the latest in the middle of the 20th century. This period has been used as a starting point for most analysis which has been carried out. Demographic reproduction is a process determined by biological and social factors. Human reproduction takes place in relatively stable limits, which lead to its homogenization. The importance of social conditionality has grown during demographic revolution, social aspects are the cause of their development changes and specific features, same social conditions lead to homogenization. Presumption of different features of population development as consequence of different conditions in former Eastern and Western countries has been confirmed not only in individual main demographic indexes...
COWS MILK AS A NATURAL SOURCE OF IODINE IN HUMAN NUTRITION
VÍTKOVÁ, Lucie
This thesis deals with the importance of milk as a natural source of iodine in human nutrition. The thesis provides a data of the consumption of milk and milk products and their contribution to the protection needs iodine for students and employees of the University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice. The experiment includes a total of 60 people (20 men and 40 women). Empirical data wasobtained within the grant project named GAJU 011/2013/Z and NAZV QH 81105. Data of consumption of milk and milk products were obtained through questionnaires. For men, average weekly consumption of milk was 826.5? 835.1 ml (118.1 ml per day) and for women 912.4? 783.9 ml (130.3 ml per day). Average consumption of yogurt for men was 361.0? 401.4 g per week (51.6 g per day), for woman 428.4? 338.8 g per week (61.2 g per day) and average consuption of cheese was for men 263.0? 240.5 g per week (37.6 g per day) and for woman was 260.2? 226.5 per week (37.2 g per day). Through the milk and milk products tested, men average 81.6 g of iodine per day, woman adopted 93.4 g. According to the results, the amout of consumed milk and milk products was lower than the nationwide average, but still covered more than half of daily iodine needs. The thesis presents the data of the iodine concentration in urine for students and employees of the University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice (n=62) as an indicator of iodine supply to the organism. The average iodine content in urine of all subjects (men and women) was 230.4? 171.3 gl-1, for men (n=21) reached 244.6? 195.2 gl-1, for women was 223.2? 159.8 gl-1. Results of the average iodine content in urine reflected the physiological range, i.e. for the students and employees of the University of South Bohemia was supply of iodine in organism sufficient. The thesis also provides information about the amount of iodine in asamples of cow´s milk on a selected farm (n=50) of the Jihocesky region, the Plzensky region and Vysocina during the years 2011 - 2013. Samples of cow´s milk were obtained in collaboration with the Central Laboratory of dairy Madeta a.s in Ceske Budejovice and Veterinary Centre s.r.o Susice. In 2011, the average concentration of iodine was 321,0? 337.8 gl-1, in 2012 was concentration of iodine 298.8? 290.8 gl-1 and in 2013 was 234.7? 116.1 gl-1 also otherwise: in all years was it was determined that there was an abundance of iodine. The highest values (315.6? 305.1 gl-1) of iodine was in the Jihocesky region. In Vysocina a lower average level of the iodine was detected (9.5 %), as well as in the Plzensky region where the amount of iodine in milk was lower by 53.7 %, compared to the South Bohemia region and 48.8 % compared to the Vysocina region.
Iodine content in milk and urine of dairy cows
VÍTKOVÁ, Lucie
This paper provides data on the iodine content in milk, urine and blood plasma of dairy cows on feed rations with various amounts and forms of iodine. The experiment included a group of 9 cows with different milk yield of livestock in the Klatovy district. The samples of milk, urine and plasma were collected from January to May 2011 at intervals of 3-4 weeks. Iodine content was determined spectrometrically after alkali burning of the sample. Vitamix S7+ mineral feed additives with anorganic iodine content and UNI SATURAN J with content of organic iodine were used as the sources of iodine. When feeding rations fortified with only anorganic iodine in quantity of 80 mg.kg-1 mineral feed additives, the content of iodine in milk was 33.07 +-31.13 mikrogramů.l-1, in urine 192.87 +-65.56 mikrogramů.l-1 and plasma 76.18 +-26.22 mikrogramů.l-1. When feeding diets with added organic forms of iodine in quantities of 1 mg.kg-1 mineral feed additives and lower contents of inorganic iodine its average content in milk reached 51.13 +-26.29 mikrogramů.l-1 in urine 221.20 +-137.65 mikrogramů.l-1 and 83.13 +-44.24 mikrogramů.l-1 in blood plasma. Low iodine content in milk and increased iodine content in urine indicate reduced use of iodine in the oraganism despite its optimum intake. These conditions are often associated with the effect of goitrogenic substances. Normal levels of iodine were reached in plasma.
Strategic approaches of Japan, Australia and New Zealand towards Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Vítková, Lucie ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Bič, Josef (referee)
This thesis deals with interests of Japan, Australia and New Zealand in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). The basis is an analysis of economic position of the APEC and of the three countries within the APEC and characteristics of the organisation. The thesis deals with the security and economic interests of the three countries in the Asia-Pacific area that implicate their interests in APEC.

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