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Production Hall with an Administrative Part in Lanškroun, Planning and Implementation of the Construction
Zajíček, Miroslav ; Patloka, Jiří (referee) ; Šlanhof, Jiří (advisor)
The subject of the thesis is the construction technological planning and implementation of a production hall construction with an administrative part in Lanškroun. The thesis contains a technical report, site equipment, studies of technological implementation, a time and financial schedule, a design of the main building machines and mechanisms, a time schedule and time standard, technological specification and the relevant inspection and test plans will be written.
Competition Protection in Network Industries
Zajíček, Miroslav ; Tomášek, Michal (advisor) ; Bažantová, Ilona (referee) ; Ježek, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Competition Protection in Network Industries Abstract: I provide description of relevant markets within electroenergy industry in European countries since after liberalization movements of the last 20 years the development of these markets open new issues in antimonopoly legislation to be passed and in antimonopoly practice to be solved. The key term of any antimonopoly issue is the relevant market. Hence, its definition as provided by case law of European Commission and European Courts is crucial for companies as well as regulators to understand in order to be able to pursue their activities. As I show, after 20 or so years, the countries of the EU at least in electroenergy area are no closer to the Single Market as they were at the beginning of 90s before liberalization of electricity markets began and there is no sign of improvement for year to come. This thesis provides an overview (the tools and analyses) that can be used to explore individual national relevant markets in the area of electroenergy business. For further research it is worth exploring detailed analysis of relationship between price development and degree of competition, phasing of market opening, protection of small consumers and RES support within individual national energy systems. Keywords: competition, competition law and...
Cost Benefit Analysis of Wind Power in Germany
Labunets, Nazariy ; Zajíček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Benčík, Daniel (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to perform a cost benefits analysis of the wind power sector in Germany, with the horizon of 2030. Various costs and benefits stemming from the expansion of wind power are inferred from literature review and studying the peculiarities of the German case. The magnitude of governmental support is calculated by applying the Weibull distribution of wind at different zones across Germany and power curves of 5 modern wind turbines, as specified by the law. A number of sensitivity analyses is performed on the main inputs for onshore installations. Under the baseline assumptions, the onshore sector is found as non-beneficial to the society, without a visible improving trend for the future. While the offshore sector does not reach a point where the benefits would start overweighing the cost until 2030, the overall trend look much more promising. Powered by TCPDF (
Kheil, Adam ; Zajíček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Vopravil, Jiří (referee)
Czech Republic same as many other countries has a national debt. Each state is looking for ways how to reduce their national debt and at best completely repay it. One of the potential sources of money for the state can be taxing the prostitution industry. Everybody knows what prostitution is but nobody can imagine how big the amount of money that revolves in this shadow market is and how many people work in this industry. This business is very well hidden especially to tax authorities in most countries and it is very sophisticated. Nobody neither politicians in the Czech Republic do not want to speak about this topic and try to find a common solution beneficial to all parties. This paper focuses more on prostitution in brothels and flats which sex workers renting for their work which specially in Prague and cities near to borders with Austria and Germany. During research I spoke with owners of the brothels and sex clubs in the Prague and their employees (sex workers) with porn actors who also have a lot of information and data on this topic. I also interviewed sex workers who have their own flats where they work which are still more frequently seen in the Czech Republic. I collected all data and estimated the value of the market with sex service in the Czech Republic and how big impact this shadow economy has on the GDP. I focus primary on Prague, the largest market for prostitutes in the country also due to the large number of tourists. Prostitution has tendency to decrease in most of the regions except of Prague. Also women who work as sex workers more years try to find ways how to tax their incomes to get pension in the future. Owners of the brothels would like to somehow also legalize system of prostitution because problems which they have with local authorities had rising tendency. Estimates show that each year prostitution business earn more than 8 billion Czech crowns which is 0.2% of GDP, but if we counted third parties the amount can be more than doubled.
Comparison of public budgets in various political cycles in Czech republic between years 1993 - 2015
Masařík, Jan ; Zajíček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Maule, Petr (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to examine possible connections between economic results of public budgets, especially the most important part-state budget, and the course of the political cycle in Czech republic between years 1993 and 2015. The theoretical part is based on the Public choice theory, Theory of public finance and Political-business cycle theory. The practital part focuses on analysis of political situation in each political cycle and then on association with public and state budgets revenues and expenditures, their growth rate and the business cycle. Results of the analysis show that deficits of state budget are predominantly structural based. Moreover, a tendency to influence election results through released fiscal policy is also noticeable in some political cycles, which is consistent with the political-business cycle theory.
Dovoz tropických plodin z Kolumbie do České Republiky: je poptávka dostatečně pokryta?
Přibylová, Jana ; Gutiérrez Chvalkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Zajíček, Miroslav (referee)
The demand for tropical fruit in the Czech Republic is rising, it´s a trend in the modern way of life. People in the Czech Republic, and all over the world, demand healthier ways of food consumption. We did research concerning a supply in the supermarkets and consumers. I found out, that a demand for tropical fruit was not very well covered and that people were demanding more variety of tropical fruit and were ready to up pay double prices for it. I compared data about consumption of tropical fruits in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. The comparison is drawn from net import of tropical fruit and net import it´s divided per capita. We proved that people in the Czech Republic were consuming fewer kilograms per capita per year than people in Germany and Austria. Annual consumption of tropical fruit in the Czech Republic grew by 7 % during the last five years, while in Germany it amounted to 0,3% and in Austria to 4,5%.
Are scouts really more honest?
Sedlická, Monika ; Zajíček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Tříska, Dušan (referee)
Using two experiments, where children either rolled dice or solved a matrix task, we examined whether scouts are more honest than non-scouts. In the first experiment, participants completed a matrix task. The papers were then shredded, and participants self-reported the number they had correctly solved. After analysing the results, we found that 10.81 % of scouts and 13.04 % of non-scouts lied. This difference, between the honesty of scouts and non-scouts, was not statistically significant. There was no perceived effect from being scout on the individual's honesty, as well as from taking the scout promise, or years of experience in a scout organization on the scout's honesty. In the second experiment, participants rolled the dice privately. According to value rolled, participants could either take (1, 2, 3), or leave (4, 5, 6), a Kinder chocolate reward. Statistically, participants would be expected to take the reward 50 % of the time. This was the case for the scouts group, the results did not differ statistically from 50:50, but not for the non-scouts. However, the difference between scouts and non-scouts was not statistically significant, indicating that there is no significant difference in honesty between scouts and non-scouts. Thus, our hypothesis that scouts are more honest than non-scouts was not supported.
Changing Autonomy in times of PT: Explaining the rise and fall of the Southern Giant
Stipic, Igor ; Gotz Betancourt, Shirley (advisor) ; Zajíček, Miroslav (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to analyze the concept of autonomy, taking as the case study Brazil under the Workers Party Government (2003-2016). Approach that will be taken aims at combining perspectives of Latin-American structuralism with those of realism and interdependency. Thesis essentially concentrates on two specific issue areas: global economy and international politics. By constructing a theoretical framework, I aspire to identify and analyze various factors considered to have a direct impact on the study matter. In doing so, I consider the behavior of distinct variables and their effect on the degree of autonomy. Finally, thesis addresses problems of international insertion for peripheral countries, considering possibilities and limits of truly autonomous action.
Trade Relations between Colombia and the Czech Republic
Lukeš, Nataly ; Daza Aramayo, Lourdes Gabriela (advisor) ; Zajíček, Miroslav (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to determine and analyze trade relations between the Czech Republic and Colombia and to identify concrete business opportunities among them. the sub goals include the comparison of macroeconomic, political and socioeconomic indicators, analysis of the trade flows of goods, to identify the top 10 products and to determine the competitive advantage of both countries by using Porter's model of national competitive advantage. Finally several business opportunities are identified and each of them is described in more detail. The used methods are description, analysis and comparison of data from the Trademap webpage, World Bank and official records and reports from both countries trade ministries.
Mexico and its insertion into International Global System.
Ivanovic, Marija ; Gotz Betancourt, Shirley (advisor) ; Zajíček, Miroslav (referee)
This thesis examines the case of Mexico as middle power. More precisely, it tries to see what were the limitations and possibilities that Mexico faced in the period 2000-2012, while trying to engage more in the international system and rise its international profile. The PAN governments that were in power at that time devoted much of their energy trying to better international position of Mexico, and implicitly the thesis will answer the question of how successful were their strategies.

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