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Foreign direct investment in the Czech Republic
Vrtal, Vojtěch ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee) ; Vaňková, Lucie (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is a definition of regional development and foreign direct investments. The practical part deals with an analysis of foreign investments in individual regions of the Czech Republic and monitors years 2010-2020. It also examines the impact on regions and the development of living standards. As an example of foreign direct investment in the Czech Republic is used a company BOSCH DIESEL, s.r.o.. Thesis focuses on one specific investment and examines its impact on the development of the Vysočina Region, more precisely of Jihlava District.
The Impact of FDI on Host Economy - A Case Study of TRCZ
Vazač, Adam ; Blažek, Jiří (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Petr (referee)
This study deals with foreign direct investments and their impacts on regional labour market and on domestic firms through spillover effects. The main goal was to find out if the foreign presence has positive influences on the host regional economy. This study has two important parts - quantitative and qualitative researches. The result of quantitative research based on multiple regression comes with no relevant empirical evidence of spillover effects. The qualitative research as a case study of TRCZ allows a trying to solve possible FDI-impacts on regional economy of Lovosice region. Keywords: foreign direct investment, multinational enterprises, impact of FDI, host economy, spillover effects
The Impact of FDI on Host Economy - A Case Study of TRCZ
Vazač, Adam ; Blažek, Jiří (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Petr (referee)
This study deals with foreign direct investments and their impacts on regional labour market and on domestic firms through spillover effects. The main goal was to find out if the foreign presence has positive influences on the host regional economy. This study has two important parts - quantitative and qualitative researches. The result of quantitative research based on multiple regression comes with no relevant empirical evidence of spillover effects. The qualitative research as a case study of TRCZ allows a trying to solve possible FDI-impacts on regional economy of Lovosice region. Keywords: foreign direct investment, multinational enterprises, impact of FDI, host economy, spillover effects
The influence of foreign direct investment to the economic level of the region.
ZAHRADIL, Jarmil
This thesis deals with the areas of foreign direct investment. But it is not about coverage of this issue from a macro-economic level, but on coverage and introduction to this issue in the regional context. Here, he was elected the South Bohemia region, which is from the point of view of potential foreign investors to the region rather peripheral. This work examines the issue of foreign direct investment, describes their relationship to regional development in General. Introduces and analyzes the State of foreign direct investment in the selected region, structure and allocation. Checks whether these investments generate a multiplier effect. Analyzes whether these investments have a direct impact on the life of the region, whether in response to changes in the structure of employment, the movement of labour in the region, served, to more extensive housing construction.
The impact of foreign direct investment on the czech labour market
Víznerová, Erika ; Dočkal, Dalibor (advisor) ; Petrášek, František (referee)
Foreign direct investment has become commonplace in today's globalized world. The Czech Republic attracted foreign investors in the 1990s during the period of transition and has become one of the countries with the highest FDI inflows in Central and Eastern Europe. The inflow of FDI may impact on the economy with a wide range of effects. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to find out what impact FDI has on the labour market in the Czech Republic, and also what motivates investors to make an investment in another country. The first part describes when it is foreign direct investment and its effects on the host economy. It also presents the growth of FDI inflows into the Czech Republic from the last decade of the 20th century. The next part presents the localization factors upon which the investor decides on its investment into a country. The last chapter examines the relationship between the size of FDI in regions and labour market variables on the basis of correlation analysis. Whether the unemployment rate, its annual change and the number of vacancies are dependant on FDI or not.