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Benefits and costs of adoption a common European currency in small open economy (example of Slovakia)
Herchl, Peter ; Durčáková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
The master thesis focuses on the influence of common European currency in Slovakia. Slovakia represents small transitive economy with high degree of openness and long-term experience from participation in common monetary union. The aim of the thesis is to analyse observed and potential benefits and costs that are emerging from adoption of common European currency in Slovakia. The analysis is based not only on quantified determinants, but also on the basis of observed alternative evaluation criteria, which are providing complex picture of macroeconomic development and performance of Slovak economy in comparison with other countries of Eurozone and European Union. Analyses that are used in the thesis are based on theoretical findings that are described in the first chapter. This chapter deals with criteria defined by the theory of optimal monetary unions, real convergence, but also with the most significant benefits and costs defined by the European Commission and economic theory. The thesis deals with the monetary politics in Slovakia before and after 2009 with focus on loss of autonomous monetary policy as the most significant cost of entry to European Monetary Union and also with analysis of the nominal convergence criteria that are needed to accept in case of adopting common European currency.
Relations between balance of payments and exchange rate in selected economies
Novák, Petr ; Durčáková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
The main goals of this dissertation are to analyze balance of payments and foreign exchange rate and to examine mutual relations between these two concepts. The first part describes basic terms related to international finance. These terms are structure of balance of payments, foreign exchange rate and exchange rate regimes. The second part presents four selected foreign economics (Japan, South Africa, Paraguay, Dominican republic) which will be subdue to the analysis. The third and final part is devoted to the regression analysis. Relations between balance of payments and foreign exchange rate are analyzed by the method of ordinary least squares. Necessary data was gained from the IMF server.
Impact of the euro adoption to less developed countries of the EU
Stádníková, Markéta ; Koderová, Jitka (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of impact of the euro adoption to less developed EU countries, namely the PIGS countries. The first part defines the Maastricht criteria and their fulfillment by those States before joining the euro area. In the other two parts is analyzed the evolution of macroeconomic indicators before and after the outbreak of the financial crisis. These are the indicators of inflation, current account and net investment positions, the housing market and private loans, public finance, GDP and unemployment. In conclusion, there is an evaluation of the development of the individual countries on the basis of these indicators, assessed the suitability of the Maastricht criteria and the benefits of integrating these countries into EMU both for them and for the euro area as a whole.
The Monetary Policy of the Central Bank of Armenia
Gevorgyan, Kristine ; Koderová, Jitka (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
My thesis titled The Monetary Policy of the Central Bank of Armenia starts with characteristics of Armenia, where I focus on economic attributes of the country, international conflicts and their effects on Armenia, population development, poverty and corruption. The second part is focused on economic development of Armenia, the country's employment rate, particular items of the balance of payments and international trade. Furthermore, this part also consists of information related to the development of Armenian currency and the country's foreign debt. The third, significant part of my thesis deals with the Central Bank of Armenia and Armenia's financial system, concentrating mainly on history and the present of the subject central bank. Later in this part, I inquire into Armenia's monetary policy, where I focus on its applied transmission mechanisms and the CBA's instruments.The final part of this thesis is about what effects the CBA has on Armenia's economic development. I look into effects of monetary policy on price level development and meeting the inflation objectives. The conclusion part summarizes and gathers all pieces of information I have obtained by studying numerous literature resources and conducting personal interviews with several representatives of the Armenian banking system.This part also summarizes benefits of the CBA and its effects on economic development of Armenia, credibility evaluation and effectiveness in the objectives.
Monetary policy of the ECB from the external and internal balance point of view
Šindlerová, Zuzana ; Durčáková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
The European Central Bank implements its monetary policy within the Euro Area -- the biggest project of monetary union in the history. This fact itself draws our attention and gives rise to the questions about the efficiency of the adopted steps in the scope of fulfilling the main objective -- price stability. However when evaluating the overall economic balance we are not only interested in price stability. This paper is focused on ECB monetary policy from a theoretical point of view as well as through comprehensive analysis of its practical effects on economic performance. External and internal balance indicators help us to evaluate the ECB's achievement from 1999 till now. Therefore we can see the origins of the current miserable state of the common currency not in the bad decisions undertaken by the ECB, but in the general conditions, which enabled the formation of the EMU on a very unstable foundation.
The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Czech Economy
Proroková, Olga ; Koderová, Jitka (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the impact of the Global Financial Crisis to the Czech Economy. The aim of the thesis is to analyze the actual implications of the Global Financial Crisis to the Czech economy. The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part describes the causes of crisis and the way how the crisis split from the USA to Europe and other countries. The second part deals with the impact of the financial crisis on the Czech Republic. The impact of the financial crisis to the individual areas of the Czech economy is described as well as the reaction of monetary policy and government including the fiscal impact. The third part deals with the possibility of the Czech Republic's entry to the European Monetary Union in the light of current financial crisis.
Development of foreign exchange market
Hakobyan, Ani ; Brůna, Karel (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
This thesis describes the instruments of the foreign exchange market and analyses the trend of its single elements over the past 15 years. The work is divided into two parts. The first part includes the description of the global foreign exchange market,its history, geografical concentration, participants and financial instruments. The second part analyses the foreign exchange market in the Czech Republic and its comparison with transition economies such as Poland, Hungary and The Slovak Republic.
Crisis of international liquidity and disintegration of Bretton-Woods monetary system
Sekerešová, Zuzana ; Durčáková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Čermáková, Daniela (referee)
The thesis analyses the main reasons that caused disintegration of Bretton-Woods international monetary system. The United States played a significant role within this system whose long-range deficit of the balance of payments weakened the position of US dollar like major world currency and thereby the stability of entire system. By cancelling of the direct convertibility of the US dollar to gold in 1971 was broken one of the basic principles of Bretton-Woods system what meant its ultimate end. Another important factor participating in crash of that monetary system is crisis of international liquidity. The problem of insufficient international liquidity was developed by slow tempo of growth of foreign exchange reserves in relation to international trade. The shortage of foreign exchange reserves menaced continuity of international system of payments and thereby development of world trade. Despite the hastened solution of the problem of liquidity by emission of new reserve unit SDR it was impossible to avert the collapse of Bretton-Woods system.

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