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Methodical Procedures for Assessing the Impact of Extreme Weather on Property Damage
Sedláček, Milan ; Adamec, Vladimír (referee) ; Rožnovský, Jaroslav (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the basic legal prerequisites to determining the amount of damage done to a real estate (building) in the legal framework of Slovak Republic. Its aim is to determine and quantify the property damage caused by extreme weather. It deals with climate problems as well as its indicators. This is accomplished through two different approaches - the analysis of actual damage done to the property for one, and secondly, the damage dealt to the building during its restoration into previous condition. The thesis aims to establish a methodological procedure for calculating all damages done to the property.
Production of Preparation Prototype Using Additive Method of Fused Deposition Modelling
Sedláček, Milan ; Kouřil, Karel (referee) ; Sedlák, Josef (advisor)
This thesis focuses on the production of a product using the increasingly popular additive technologies Rapid Prototyping. The theoretical section explained the very rapid prototyping technology and its application in various sectors. There were also mentioned different materials to use for 3D printing and actual printing method. The practical part was focused on the prototype modeling in SolidWorks CAD software and the subsequent production of elements of the 3D printer uPrint, using additive method Fused Deposition Modeling. In the conclusion, there is the evaluation of prototype production and also cost comparison using alternative materials.
The graduates research of the Department of Social Work FF UK
Bradáčová, Jana ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Sedláček, Milan (referee)
Souhrn diplomové práce Název práce: Výzkum absolventů Katedry sociální práce FF UK Vypracovala: Bc. Jana Bradáčová Obor: Sociální práce Vedoucí práce: Doc. PhDr. Oldřich Matoušek Oponent: PhDr. Milan Sedláček Summary Social work is a profession that in light of the growing number of social problem is going to be indispensable. It is important to be focused not just on the profession itself but also on the educational institutions that are providing the training and education to on-coming social workers. Principal aim of this thesis is to find out what kinds of exercise have students of the Department of Social work of FF UK that graduated in years 2005 to 2008. Further aim was to provide general information about the current position of the Social worker profession and also to provide complex summary about the selected education programs of Social work at Czech Universities. This thesis is dissertating about the profession of the Social worker in general. It is focused on professionalization of Social work in Czech Republic, on its conception as a human science branch and also about the role of the vocational association in this case. It is also providing compact summary about the possibilities of university education in Social work. In total are in Czech Republic 17 Faculties on 11 Universities, where is...
Value Added Tax Refund
Mandovcová, Kateřina ; Sedláček, Milan (referee) ; Svirák, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis concerns the reimbursement of v.a.t. taxes from abroad. It also explains the basic terms in these fields and how the inner structure is divided to, which should help by getting a theoretical overview of the whole issue of v.a.t. taxes. In details, it explores and compares the new v.a.t. reimbursement system introduced in the Czech Republic with the Dutch system. Here I'm trying to find practical consequences of each change made to the system in the field of refunding v.a.t. from abroad, since it's been introduced in 01.01.2010.
Financing of a Sport Facility Reconstruction
Krylová, Veronika ; Sedláček, Milan (referee) ; Heralecký, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis deals with problems of financing of a sport facility reconstruction. The sport facility is sokol gym. The gym‘s owner is T. J. Sokol Ivanovice na Hané which has a form of non-profit organization. The thesis has discussed various options which are then evaluated. One of these options is financing through the states subsidy from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
The Comparison of Sovereign Ratings and Country Risk Classification according to the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits and its Development after Financial Crisis
Vasická, Lucie ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Sedláček, Milan (referee)
In the first chapter the paper is focused on sovereign rating, it describes the history and explains the basic characteristics in the context of its usual usage. In the second chapter the basics behind the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits are explained. Because the main purpose of this paper is to compare sovereign rating and the country risk classification based on the Arrangement, the chapter focuses especially on the Knaepen Package that introduced country risk classification to the Arrangement. In the chapter there is also the introduction to the Malzkuhn-Drysdale Package. In the third and fourth chapter sovereign ratings and county risk classifications are compared on theoretical basis. There were used several different criteria, e.g. methodology of rating/classifying, time necessary for adjustment and criteria for evaluation. The fifth chapter is focused on Basel I-III, the connection between Basel capital adequacy and both credit risk evaluation systems is explained. In the following chapter, the question of guilt of rating agencies and their role in the outbreak of financial crisis is discussed. The last chapter is based on the case study that describes the difference between development of financial crisis in Italy and Greece and its impact on rating grades and country risk classification.
The Comparison of Sovereign Ratings and Country Risk Classification according to the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits
Vasická, Lucie ; Kalínská, Emílie (advisor) ; Sedláček, Milan (referee)
In the first chapter the paper is focused on sovereign rating, it describes the history and explains the basic characteristics in the context of its usual usage. In the second chapter the basics behind the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits are explained. Because the main purpose of this paper is to compare sovereign rating and the country risk classification based on the Arrangement, the chapter focuses especially on the Knaepen Package that introduced country risk classification to the Arrangement. In the third chapter are sovereign ratings and county risk classifications compared on theoretical basis. There were used several different criteria, e.g. methodology of rating/classifying, time necessary for adjustment and criteria for evaluation. The last chapter is based on the case study that describes the changes of rating grades and country risk classification on examples of Visegrád Four - the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

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