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Difficulties of the EU - Cohesion Policy Implementation Systém in the Czech Republic in the Programming period 2007-2013
Capanda, Filip ; Karlas, Jan (advisor) ; Gusačenko, Irina (referee)
The thesis Difficulties of the EU - Cohesion Policy Implementation System in the Czech Republic in the Programming period 2007-2013 deals with application of the theories of the European integration on two case studies. In the first part of the thesis the general history of the EU - structural policy is described. The second part is dedicated to the history of the structural policy in the Czech Republic. The third part is concerned with the theoretical definition of the topic and leads to a definition of the hypothesis and the research method. The main theoretical approach for the case studies is the multi-level governance theory, which describes multi-level sharing of authority among different types of actors. None of those actors has a power to define final version of the given policy. The case studies, which in detail examine the development and the efficiency of the implementation system of structural policy in Czech Republic, prove that this environment can cause the coordination dilemma connected with overuse of the free-riding tactics and high transaction costs. The combination of those elements leads to highly rigid system of implementation.
Problém černého pasažéra v Severoatlantické alianci v období 2006 - 2016 a implikace pro fiskální politiku
Richterová, Jitka ; Maule, Petr (advisor) ; Klement, Josef (referee)
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the problem of free riding in NATO with regards to fulfilling the criteria of defence expenditures as well as econometric analysis and interpretation of the defence expenditures of the member states in the period of 2006 to 2016. Using spearman correlation test, this thesis finds a significant positive correlation between GDP of member states and their defence expenditures. Explanatory variables include main economic indicators such as GDP, GNI, share of GDP devoted to defence expenditures, average annual change in defence expenditures, etc. Main findings include the conclusion that there is a significant level of free riding in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and that larger member states indeed bear the larger burden. Furthermore, based on having lower average defence expenditures than NATO in the examined period, the thesis labels nineteen of the member states as free riding, given that their defence expenditures are below the NATO average. After examining and analysing free riding in NATO the thesis also highlights the implications and recommendations for fiscal policy.
Free Riding as a Possible Source of Conflict in Group Work
Iten, Naomi ; Hiršová, Miloslava (advisor) ; Syrovátka, Oldřich (referee)
Theme of this bachelor's thesis is problem of free riding (freeloading on work of others) in a group work, the evolution of its effect and impact on the group and its members. I analyze the phenomenon and background in which it is happening in and its possible causes and manifestations with regard to free rider and other members of the group. Also I examine this phenomenon in background of selected students of the Faculty of Management at the University of Economics in Prague. The result is a predominantly negative attitude to free riding and even less or more radical concept of solution. Based on acquired data, opinions of students and theoretical knowledge, I offer recommendations which could help to prevent free riding or partially removed it. Obtain the data to formulate the recomandations via questionnaire and to present them I use a descriptive statistical analysis.

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