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Relationship of Turkey and selected EU member states in the context of accession process
Štaudová, Kateřina ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
Turkey has made a big progress in developing democratic and thriving state in last 60 years. In its history nevertheless you can find a few moments which make its accession to EU harder. Whether it is recognition of the Armenian genocide or the divided Cyprus island. The biggest Turkish struggle is not insufficent economic development but political issues in the field of human rights. Turkish public and the government has been losing its enthusiasm towards the EU membership, partly because of the european crisis, but mainly because of the feeling, that European Union only throws obstacles into their effort. Therefore, Turkey slowly realizes its growing importance and makes its own foreign policy heading not only to Europe and the West. Both member states and the EU as a whole should try to look further into the future and set the priorities.
Role of BRICS in the conceptions and reality of the external relations of the EU
Arnoldová, Barbora ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; De Castro, Tereza (referee)
The topic of this diploma thesis is the role of BRICS in the conceptions and reality of the external relations of the EU. The goal of this diploma thesis is to analyse the mutual relations of the EU and BRICS, based on a comparison of the workings and factual bases of their relations and to deduce possibilities for further progress in their cooperation. The EU develops relations with BRICS countries mostly on a bilateral level. Since the announcement of their strategic partnerships, cooperation between them has grown rapidly. Because bilateral agreements don't reflect actual needs anymore, there are ongoing negotiations about their new form which should enable further deepening of their cooperation. The first chapter describes the position of BRICS countries in the external relations of the EU, the development of the legal-institutional framework of relations between the EU and individual countries and the objectives for further deepening of cooperation. The second chapter analyses trade, flows of foreign direct investments and other areas influencing the mutual relations between these entities. The third chapter offers possibilities for further development of cooperation between the EU and BRICS countries.
NAFTA: Way to the economic growth for Mexican economy?
Siegelová, Romana ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
The main objective of this thesis is analysis of the impact of the North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA) on Mexican economy. Especially the evaluation of the positive and negative effects of NAFTA on the economic growth of the Mexican economy. The secondery objective of this thesis is presentation and analysis of the concrete negative impact of NAFTA on Mexico, which is connected with the implementation of this agreement. This problem is related to the maquiladoras, these are assembly lines situated on the border between Mexico and the United States.
The prospects of the Doha round: Asia’s attitude towards negotiations
Balúnová, Slávka ; Hnát, Pavel (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
India, China and Indonesia are among the six largest and fastest growing economies in the world (BRIICS). Rich countries are still reluctant to accept the fact that developing countries are becoming stronger and that the balance of economic power is shifting. The international community therefore seeks to find the way how to deal with this situation and the answer is to involve developing countries in the international trade. The main objective of the WTO is to involve developing countries in world trade and to create better conditions for them. Therefore, in 2001, the Doha Development Agenda has commenced and its aim is to achieve the goals of the WTO. The main objective of this paper is to evaluate the success of the Doha round and its prospects with the focus on the attitudes and interests of the major Asian economies, namely China, India and Indonesia.
Integration level of EFTA and it´s gradual integration in to the EU
Pašková, Karolína ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Hnát, Pavel (referee)
This thesis deals with the European Free Trade Association and its gradual integration into the European Union. Both EFTA and the EU were founded in post-war Europe with the objective of economic prosperity through mutual cooperation of the Member States, this later resulted in mutual cooperation between the two units and the progressive incorporation of EFTA into the EU. The first chapter discusses the development context for EFTA and the EEA upto 2001. The second chapter analyzes the impact of the revision of the memorandum on the relationship between Switzerland and the other EFTA members, the level of cooperation achieved in the EEA, and Switzerland's current relationship with the EU. The third chapter outlines the possibilities of further development of EFTA and the EEA countries and summarizes the current attitudes of individual members of EFTA towards furtherdeepening of their mutual relations.
Current trade policy directions of Colombia
Drbohlavová, Eva ; Hnát, Pavel (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
Master's Thesis Current trade policy directions of Colombia is engaged in development of integration policies and its impact on the national economy and foreign trade. Emphasis is put on Free Trade Agreement Colombia -- USA, mutual trade and its evolution. United States is Colombia's most important trading partner, but their role is declining. First chapter summarizes the economic development and competitive advantages in key sectors of the economy. The largest part of the chapter is devoted to the mining industry as it forms the most substantial item of Colombian exports. The method of second chapter is analysis and comparison of integration activities undertaken by Colombia to the U.S. and other world regions (EU and Latin America). Practical part detects opinion of the Colombian business community on the Free Trade Agreement with the USA and possible deeper integration.
Mobility support in terciary education through new technologies in the EU
Slavický, Marek ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
Mobility support in education is one of key, longtime targets of the EU. Apart from significant financial resources that are put into this target through various EU programmes, mobility is also supported by other means. This master's thesis focuses on describing and analyzing mobility support in terciary education in the EU in view of the newest trends in this field -- the use of ICT. The aim is to introduce and critically evaluate the current problematics of academic mobility in the EU, describe the relation and importance of physical and virtual mobility and outline possible future developments. Furthermore, the paper attempts to justify this mobility support by putting academic mobility in the context of individual and economic competitiveness, and thus find out whether virtual mobility itself can be a catalyst for competitiveness.
Role of Corporate Governance in solving economic and financial crises
Fűzesséryová, Adriana ; Hnát, Pavel (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
The main purpose of the master thesis is to determine the role of corporate governance in solving the economic and financial crises. This is done through explanations of events that led to the current form of Corporate Governance in developed countries. Corporate Governance is defined as the set of rules governing the relationship between owners and managers. The thesis present the basic model of the relationship management, which allows to evaluate the form of Corporate Governance in selected countries. At the same time clarifies the causes of economic crises since the 90s of the 20th century to the present from the perspective of Corporate Governance.
Refugees in the Czech Republic: impact on the Czech labour market
Vrbová, Pavlína ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Němcová, Ingeborg (referee)
This diploma thesis is concerned with the issues of refugees with a focus on refugees living in the Czech Republic. The thesis analyses the current situation concerning the life and work of refugees in the Czech Republic and assesses the impact of the refugee and asylum policy on the Czech Republic's economy and labour market. The thesis is divided into three chapters. On the basis of general introduction the first chapter examines the basic terminology and categorical definition of the refugee status. The chapter distinguishes legal and institutional framework of refugees under international, European Union and Czech Republic law. Moreover, the first chapter emphasises the global economic and social impacts of the migration of refugees on both host and source countries. The second chapter is narrowly focussed on the issue of refugees and the position of the Czech Republic. It describes the core of the Czech Republic asylum system policy and the governmental and non-governmental institutional frameworks. Considering the established facts, the second chapter analyses the socioeconomic impacts of asylum seekers on the economy and society of the Czech Republic. The third chapter is the practical chapter and analyses the overall processes of economic adaptation of refugees and deals with the difficulties of the assertion of the refugees on the Czech Republic labour market. Furthermore the final chapter highlights the essential obstacles associated with employment of foreigners and the matter of illegal labour market. On the basis of personal research, the third chapter analyses the attitude of Czech Republic employers towards employing foreigners and in particular refugees staying in the Czech Republic.
Trends and role of foreign direct investment in the world economy: change the position of the EU?
Čechová, Pavla ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee)
The thesis discusses the roles and trends of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the world and in the European Union. Refers to the changing trends in FDI in each peri-od, describes the size of volumes and dynamics of FDI, territorial and sectoral structure and finally deals with finding the influencing factors. The work is divided into four chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the theory of direct FDI, the second chapter describes the flows of FDI in the world and the third chapter in the scale of the European Union. The last chapter deals with flows of FDI in the world in 2012, including the outlook for the future in the medium term and current investment strategies of the European Union.

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