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The Comparison of the Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish economy in the context of economic crisis 2007-2013
Šolcová, Michaela ; Karpová, Eva (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
The main purpose of this thesis is to examine and compare the development of Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish economy in the last years. Basic macroeconomic indicators are used to compare the economic development of Norway, Sweden and Finland. The thesis is divided into several parts to elaborate on the topic in a more structured way. The first chapter focuses on economic facts about these countries. The second part deals with economic development in new millennium (between 2000-2006). The following chapter compares the development of Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish economy in the economic crisis. The last chapter informs about economic development projection created on the basis of a regression analysis.
The role of United Nations Development Programme in the fight against poverty
Hermochová, Tereza ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Pavlík, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis aims at the role of the United Nations Development Programme in terms of the fight against poverty in cooperation with the private sector and specific initiatives of this support. The first chapter deals with the United Nations Development Programme itself and the reasons for engaging in cooperation with the private sector. The second chapter analyzes the various initiatives and assesses their effectiveness. The third chapter handles with a specific case study and applies knowledge to a specific country - Uganda.
Regional policy of the EU and its impacts on Spain
Droščáková, Michaela ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
The thesis looks into the regional policy of the European Union and its impacts on Spain and its regions. First chapter introduces the main characteristic of regional policy. Next part describes application of this policy in Spain. More specifically are mencioned the financial allocations for Spain during the programming periods, to which areas the financial resources were oriented and which regions were receiving this financial support. Last chapter analyses the impacts of the interventions of this policy on Spanish regions and describes how the disparities between regions reduced and how the disparities between Spain and other EU members changed.
Sino-Japanese Relations: Will Economic Interests Outweigh Political Approach?
Košťál, Michal ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (referee)
This Master's thesis deals with Sino-Japanese relations. Its aim is to answer to what extent the economic relations between China and Japan are affected by their political disputes, and whether political or economic interests are preferred. The first chapter tries to identify the most influential cultural and historical factors for the contemporary Sino-Japanese relations and also deals with the Senkaku Islands territorial dispute. The second chapter describes the development of the political and economic relations between China and Japan since the Second World War up to the present. The third chapter is dedicated to the future perspectives of the Sino-Japanese political and economic relations and to the changing roles of China and Japan in the Asia-Pacific region.
Transnational Corporations in Europe: Is their Economic Power Growing?
Lojková, Kristýna ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Vošta, Milan (referee)
Transnational organizations (TNCs) can be considered as an economic drivers which are able to adapt to changing economic climate. The ability of being present in more than one country give them the opportunity to raise their competitiveness through choosing the countries according to its preferences. Recently the relation between nation states and the TNCs has been changed slowly. The number of TNCs is growing and they are able to play an active role in the wolrd economy. Their activities produce possitive and negative externalities thus it is possible to find their followers and opponents at the same time. The aim of this thesis is to analyze whether the economic power of the TNCs is growing significantly or not.
China and India: the comparison of the position in the world economy
Kostiviarová, Jana ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Zapletal, Petr (referee)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the comparison of the position of China and India in the world economy. The first part deals with an observation of political and economic development of the two countries. The focus is on political and economic reforms, which contributed to opening of the economies, and thus to opening of the international trade. Economic development is pursued on the basis of the GDP, unemployment and inflation. The second part of the bachelor's thesis provides insight into the international economic relations of China and India. I will use statistics on trade in goods and services, foreign investments and balance of payments. Based on these statistics we will see, if these two states aim to become leaders on the world market. The last part is devoted to the position of China and India in the world economy. It provides insight into the current position, as well as prediction of the future position based on forecasts of countries BRICS. Bachelor's thesis contributes to spread awareness of the position of China and India in the world and to realization that these two states can become, based on several factors, the leading Great powers in the world economy.
Role of foreign direct investment in development of ASEAN-4 countries
Přibylová, Martina ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Vrňáková, Irena (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to evaluate role of foreign direct investment in development of ASEAN-4, i. e. Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand, and to describe of its inflow. First chapter presents economic theories of development, its factors and development planning in ASEAN-4 countries. Second chapter describes FDI as a developmental factor. Last chapter evaluates impact of FDI on development.
Development of Peruvian economy in new millenium
Kovářová, Zuzana ; Pavlík, Petr (advisor) ; Cihelková, Eva (referee)
The thesis "Development of Peruvian economy in new millenium" is divided into four chapters. The first part deals with Peruvian geography, demography nad history. The second part focuses on development of GDP and its structure, on inflation, currency, public debt and unemployment. The third part analyses the development of Peruvian trade and presents the trade with United States and European Union as a study. The final part evaluates the perspectives of economic development and on the basis of mentioned facts gives the problems that are limited for the fast growth of Peruvian economy. The result is a complete study about progress, development and limiting factors of Peruvian republic.
Central Asian Economies in the Triangle of Relations among Russia - China - European Union
Tomčová, Ivana ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Hnát, Pavel (referee)
Central Asia is a region located between Europe and Asia, which gained sovereignty after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. In the first decade of independence all the countries had to deal with many problems within the states and were not interesting areas for foreign partners. But the situation has changed at the beginning of the new century, when the world faced the question of energy security and the thread of terroristic attacks from the neighborhood of Central Asia. Rich natural resources and key location of this region attracted global players as Russia, China or European Union. They started creating cooperation ties in many areas with Central Asian countries. The goal of this thesis is to describe the evolution and analyze the current state of mutual relations. Moreover to analyze weak and strong points of Central Asian economies and characterize problematic and perspective areas of cooperation, from which involved countries can benefit.
Transatlantic Economic Relations in a Changing Global Economy
Antal, Jarolím ; Cihelková, Eva (advisor) ; Neumann, Pavel (referee) ; Fárek, Jiří (referee) ; Dvořáček, Josef (referee)
This thesis focuses on analysis of the shifting role of the state in the context of globalization processes and aims to explain acting of the state in a bilateral cooperation, as an actor who faces these challenges. This framework is afterwards examined on the transatlantic economic cooperation. Main argument is, that in the bilateral cooperation, such shifts can be observed, that are intertwined with greater interactions of components of the states. These transgovernmental networks can be considered inevitable in response to the rising significance of non-tariff barriers and in trade liberalization. In case of the EU-US partnership, the cooperation on this level is focused on harmonizing of regulatory measures what is crucial for further integration of the transatlantic economic relations.

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