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The future of conventional energetics in the Transformation to a low carbon EU economy
Szarvasová, Jana ; Vondrušková, Barbora (advisor) ; Machytka, Daniel (referee)
Thesis has the aim to explore by usage of problem of global warming the interaction between two decarbonisation instruments of the European economy. The first instrument is the European emissions trading system, and the second one is a binding target share of renewable energy sources in the final energy consumption by 2020 distributed to national commitments. The thesis is divided into four chapters: the first one describes the issue of global warming, the second one characterizes the EU ETS, and third one shows the implementation of RES and the last chapter explores the interaction of the EU ETS and RES.
Selected analysis of the EU development assistance
Kalibová, Markéta ; Vondrušková, Barbora (advisor) ; Sejkora, Jiří (referee)
Including its member states is the EU the largest provider of development assistance in the world. This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of the EU development policy. The goal of this thesis is to evaluate effectiveness of the EU development assistance in selected countries on the basis of selected indicators. The counties are Egypt, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Peru and Ukaine. Evaluation of effectiveness was based on the outputs of the sectors in selected countries that were financially supported by the EU. According to these data, there was at least partial improvement in each of the selected countries. The EU development assistance in these countries was therefore identified as effective.
Relationship between Russia and EU in field of energetics
Sapronova, Yulia ; Vondrušková, Barbora (advisor) ; Machytka, Daniel (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with relationship between Russia and European Union in field of energetics. Its main purpose is to determine whether this relationship is essential for both sides and whether they have possible alternatives. First chapter tells about history of developement of this relationship and creation of energy policy in EU and Russia. Second chapter describes current situation and identifies its main drivers in field of cooperation and problematic issues. Last chapter deals with new trends, discusses the problem of european energy dependence on Russia and argues about possible changes due to current situation in Ukraine.
PPP Projects in the Czech republic and the United Kingdom and Their Comparison
Pikl, Tomáš ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Vondrušková, Barbora (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP), which is a partnership of public and private sector, and its comparison in the Czech republic and the United Kingdom. The aim of this study is to describe common practice of PPP projects in the Czech republic and in the United Kingdom and by comparison of both czech and british environments and selected aspects determine why is implementation of PPP projects more successful in the United Kingdom than in the Czech republic. First of all, the thesis focuses on the very definition of PPP projects, their principles, types, and advantages and disadvantages. Selected aspects of both countries, such as corruption, transparency, legal and institutional frameworks, are compared in the second part. In the third part, these aspects are demonstrated on examples which showcase common practice in both countries.
The EU´s competitiveness and eastern enlargement
Danihlík, Tomáš ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Vondrušková, Barbora (referee)
The primary goal of my thesis is to analyse the implementation of the EU's competitiveness. First chapter is devoted to the characterization of competitiveness and its measurement. The content of the second chapter is the implementation of Lisbon Strategy, its evaluation, a description of the new Europe 2020 Strategy, evaluate its two years effectiveness, and the end of the chapter summarizes the contribution of the eastern enlargement of the EU's competitiveness and its future potential. The third chapter focuses on the analysis of the Czech-German economic relations in the background of the development of competitiveness.
The common commercial policy of the European Union and its relation towards Russia
Zavadilová, Michaela ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Vondrušková, Barbora (referee)
This bachelor's paper is focused both on the common European Union trade policy and on the trade relations between the European Union and Russia. This work describes the tenet, principles and the sense of the common commercial policy. The main goal of this work is to answer a reasearch question: Firstly, how much do differ the objectives of the European Union's trade policy (thus the plan) from the actually fulfilled ones (thus, the reality). Secondly, what steps have been taken in order to achieve the objectives. The question is answered by a comparative research.The information were predominantly obtained from a conceptual material of the Global Europe-competing in the world, from publications and from the observations of experts on this topic.The main part of theses analyzes the mutual trade relations with Russia, as one of the most important trading partners and actors of the world economy, in oder to investigate their business interests, disputes and a position.
Trends in the japanese labor market
Beranová, Aneta ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Vondrušková, Barbora (referee)
Japanese system of employment enjoyed great popularity during the economic boom of Japan. Traditional principles of lifetime employment and seniority-based system have been widely used in most large companies. However, japanese labor market did not manage to adapt to changes at a global level in time and traditional principles of employment stopped working effectively. The aim of the thesis is to describe, analyze and evaluate the current situation in the Japanese labor market and outline possible future development. The key points are selected problems in the labor market, which Japan must face, especially the dualism in the labor market, the aging population and the status of women in the labor market. The partial objective will also be to assess the impact of labor market problems for the whole Japanese economy.
The world economic centers energy dependence
Bognárová, Eliška ; Vošta, Milan (advisor) ; Vondrušková, Barbora (referee)
Today's world needs increasing amounts of energy for satisfaction of all human needs and wants. The fundamental problem is enormous disproportion among the areas with the largest energy consumption and places with the greatest energy reserves. This thesis set out to analyze the economic vulnerability of the biggest players in the world in terms of energy self-(in)sufficiency. The main focus of this thesis is to evaluate the status and future potential on the issue of fossil fuels, especially oil, natural gas and coal in the three world centers, the U.S., the EU and China. The thesis contains information about the alternative "clean" energy sources as well. Future energy development in these countries will affect their position in the world economy and mutual relations and also impact the current balance of power of these players.
Nuclear energy and EU energy security
Ryzhenko, Maksym ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Vondrušková, Barbora (referee)
This diploma thesis is dedicated to the future development of nuclear energy in the EU area and its incorporation into the current EU energy policy. The work also focuses on a detailed examination of EU energy policy in terms of energy security of the Member States and throughout the text deals with the role of nuclear power as a determining factor of energy security. The work is divided into two parts - theoretical part (Chapter one) and research part (Chapter two and three). The first chapter of this thesis is devoted to current theoretical approaches to the issue of energy security. The issues of energy security are then examined in the final part of this chapter in terms of integration into the all-embracing EU energy policy. The second chapter provides an analysis of the current energy situation in the European Union as a whole and in individual Member States. All findings are applied with emphasis on the status of nuclear energy in the energy mix. The final chapter summarizes current nuclear energy trends in the EU. In addition, analysis of the opinion polls and government interventions in the field of nuclear energy are provided.
Competition policy of the European Union and climate and energy package
Vondrušková, Barbora ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Vošta, Milan (referee) ; Knápek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Zámyslický, Pavel (referee)
The focus of the dissertation is based on the previous research of a relatively new field of environmental governance posed by climate change policy. The implementation of the climate change policy in Europe is then a subject to the discussion over the consistency of that policy with one of the fundamental goals of European integration. That goal is building an internal market as well as ensuring fair competition in such a market. The interaction of these two areas is a key objective of this research work. Given the complexity of the topic, the dissertation, for sake of clarity, is defined more narrowly. On one hand, the thesis provides with an analysis of European climate policy and its main instruments for regulating carbon emissions in the European economy - the European Union emission trading system (EU ETS). On the other hand, the thesis also provides with a description of the European competition policy. The reason is, as mentioned above, that the competition policy is a fundamental policy that guarantees the consistency of the implementation of environmental policies with the building of the internal market. The author analysed in the thesis basic measures implemented within the framework of those with the aim to prove out whether both policies are in mutual accord and whether they do function under the real terms. Based on the results achieved, the author can make following conclusions: The EU ETS mechanism decided for the European Union proved out to be a cost-efficient choice of emission reduction, despite of some temporary weakness that it has. Also, it can be concluded, that the allocation method is the ultimate criterion that determines both the efficiency of the climate action in Europe as well as its compliance with the competition policy. Stemming from that conclusion, there has been some strong evidence given that grandfathering has not been always in line with the state aid rules existing now in the environment protection. Last but not least, the optional use of the Article 10c of the Directive 2003/87/EC seems to be, from what one can say now, fully in line with the state aid rules valid in the European Union. However, further research in this field might be of very use in the future.

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