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The Phenomenon of Compressed Modernity and Social Problems in Korea
Vinšová, Katarína ; Vavrincová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Löwensteinová, Miriam (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to introduce the compressed modernity phenomenon in Korea that took place in the second half of the 20th century and in addition to the rapid development brought also a lot of social problems. This thesis explains the process of compressed modernity and describes its progress by decades. The main aim of this thesis is to introduce and analyze the most important problems - defamiliation, insufficient social welfare, problem of the Korean economy, problem of frequent accidents and dualism - that occurred because of the rapid development. Today's policy that is trying to solve these problems and stop their advancement is also described.
Female labour market in Slovakia
Vinšová, Katarína ; Martišková, Monika (advisor) ; Lešanovská, Jitka (referee)
This bachelor thesis summarises position of women in labour market in Slovakia. As a result of various prejudices and stereotypes women bear the so called double burden, meaning their professional and family life. In this thesis we describe the development of women's labour market in the world, in the European Union and also in Slovakia. We focus on individual indicators of their difficult position and later their comparison with the men's labour market. We analyse different forms of government support, especially their difficult position considering their responsibilities at home. Moreover we apply to women mainly as mothers. By research analysis of Institute for Public Affairs we will show you the significant differences between different indicators of their economic status. Keywords female labour market, Slovakia, mother, stereotypes, state promotion
Analysis of the EU - South Korea FTA and its effects on their mutual trade using the gravity model
Vinšová, Katarína ; Paulus, Michal (advisor) ; Vacek, Pavel (referee)
The European Union (EU) and South Korea signed the EU- South Korea free trade agreement (FTA) in 2011 and since then they started to gradually remove barriers to their mutual trade. This thesis is analyzing the effects of this agreement on their bilateral trade flow in 10 commodity sections from 2005 until 2018. For this analysis we are using gravity model that is estimated by OLS and PPML method for comparison. This analysis showed that the EUSouth Korea FTA influences their mutual trade in all 10 sections differently due to different levels of protectionism at the beginning. The FTA had a positive influence on their mutual trade in 9 commodity sections out of 10. In the Section 9 we found a negative effect of the FTA. Contrary to our beliefs we also found out that the highest increase in their mutual trade was not in automobile and electronic industry but in the chemical industry. JEL Classification C23, F14, F33, C16 Keywords Free Trade agreement, South Korea, European Union, gravity model Title Analysis of the EU - South Korea FTA and its effects on their mutual trade using the gravity model Author's e-mail katarina.vinsova@gmail.com Supervisor's e-mail michal.paulus@fsv.cuni.cz
The Phenomenon of Compressed Modernity and Social Problems in Korea
Vinšová, Katarína ; Vavrincová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Löwensteinová, Miriam (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to introduce the compressed modernity phenomenon in Korea that took place in the second half of the 20th century and in addition to the rapid development brought also a lot of social problems. This thesis explains the process of compressed modernity and describes its progress by decades. The main aim of this thesis is to introduce and analyze the most important problems - defamiliation, insufficient social welfare, problem of the Korean economy, problem of frequent accidents and dualism - that occurred because of the rapid development. Today's policy that is trying to solve these problems and stop their advancement is also described.
Female labour market in Slovakia
Vinšová, Katarína ; Martišková, Monika (advisor) ; Lešanovská, Jitka (referee)
This bachelor thesis summarises position of women in labour market in Slovakia. As a result of various prejudices and stereotypes women bear the so called double burden, meaning their professional and family life. In this thesis we describe the development of women's labour market in the world, in the European Union and also in Slovakia. We focus on individual indicators of their difficult position and later their comparison with the men's labour market. We analyse different forms of government support, especially their difficult position considering their responsibilities at home. Moreover we apply to women mainly as mothers. By research analysis of Institute for Public Affairs we will show you the significant differences between different indicators of their economic status. Keywords female labour market, Slovakia, mother, stereotypes, state promotion