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The influence of construction investments in tourism infrastructure on the development of regions
Fojtů, Jakub ; Pelčák, Svatopluk (referee) ; Dufek, Zdeněk (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the issue of EU regional policy in relation to regional development. The main topic of the bachelor's thesis is public construction investments implemented in tourism with the help of regional operational programs from the program period 2007 - 2013. The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to find out whether the original interventions during the approval of these investments are being fulfilled and whether the development of the region is taking place through these investments.
Changes in the composition of the company's fleet in relation to the EU's "green deal" objectives
Tobiášová, Eliška ; Jandová, Kristýna (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
The purpose of this master thesis is to examine the so-called Green Deal and the related directives and regulations that are intended to help achieve the objectives set out in the Green Deal, as well as to analyse the fleets of the Member States of the European Union and the company with which cooperation has been established as part of this work. The thesis describes the Green Deal and its objectives. The European Union directives and plans with the aim of reducing CO2 that are currently approved or are yet to come into force are also mentioned, while at the same time they are compared with the directives and targets in force in the EU Member States, including the Czech Republic. In the following chapters, a brief description of the cars by type of fuel is given in order to follow a detailed analysis of the fleets of Germany, Sweden, Spain, Slovakia, France, Poland and the Czech Republic. This analysis is carried out using graphs and official statistics available from government institutions. Furthermore, an analysis of the company's fleet is made, summarising in tables the parameters of the vehicles available to the company. The results of the fleet analysis are also summarised in graphs based on the year of vehicle manufacture, emissions, and fuel type. In addition, an analysis of hybrids and electric vehicles currently in the company's fleet is also provided. This analysis works with data provided by the company and examines the cost of driving these vehicles, consumption, and battery usage ratio. Finally, a suggestion is made for the replacement of the current vehicles with the aim of saving emissions.
Tax Burden on Road Transport in the Czech Republic
ZOBALOVÁ, Kristýna
The diploma thesis provides an overview of the tax burden in the field of road transport in the Czech Republic. Initially, it broadly outlines the topic of taxes in road transport, identifying issues related to the taxation of time- based and performance-based fees. Subsequently, a detailed comparison of fees and tax burdens on freight vehicle operators in the Czech Republic is conducted, comparing them with selected EU member states. This comparative approach includes an analysis of time-based taxation, income taxes, road tax, excise taxes, performance-based fees, and value-added tax. A comparative analysis of tax burdens was conducted using cluster analysis. The aim was to evaluate the values of individual taxes and fees among selected EU member states. The findings suggest that the Czech Republic exhibits specific characteristics of tax burden in road transport, such as higher road tax compared to the EU average. Conversely, in terms of personal income tax, it has a lower level compared to the EU average, whereas the situation is opposite for corporate income tax. This analysis offers a comprehensive view of the tax policy of the Czech Republic compared to other EU member states. The results indicate that the tax burden in road transport in the Czech Republic significantly differs from the EU average and other observed countries, particularly showing relatively higher levels of road tax and value-added tax. These specific characteristics underscore the need for a thorough evaluation of the Czech tax system in road transport in the context of future development. They present both a challenge and an opportunity for future adjustments and optimization aimed at more efficient and fairer taxation, thereby supporting sustainable development of transportation in the country.
Tax Revenues in the Field of the Environment in the Czech Republic and Selected Member States of the European Union
BENEŠOVÁ, Anna
This thesis deals with the topic of tax revenues in the field of the environment. This topic is very current, and after the entry of the Czech Republic into the European Union, not only advantages arose, but also obligations that must be fulfilled in this area. The thesis analyzes the development of environmental tax for the selected period in the Czech Republic and four selected countries of the European Union. These selected member states of the European Union are Bulgaria, Germany, Spain and Sweden. The work also defines broad-er contexts, the structure of this tax in individual countries, etc. Part of the work is cluster analysis applied to all the states of the European Union and some other European states. The work provides a comprehensive summary and analysis of tax revenues in the area of the environment for the selected period of European states, comments on the environmental poli-cy of selected member states. This is a suitable guide for searching for states with similar tax revenues in the area of the environment.
Recovery Plan for Europe in Response to the Covid Crisis
Mikulka, Martin ; Kotáb, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on the Recovery Plan for Europe, which is also sometimes called NextGenerationEU. This is one of the measures which were taken at the European Union level in response to the coronavirus crisis and its consequences in order to support the economic recovery of the EU Member States. The main aim of the diploma thesis is to analyse the legal- economic aspects of the EU instrument adopted under the title Recovery Plan for Europe, or also NextGeneration EU, and its functioning. The diploma thesis is divided into two large sections. The first one consists of parts 1 to 3 and the second one of parts 4 and 5. The first descriptive-analytical section initially describes the macroeconomic principles of crises and possible response steps to them so that it could be explained how, especially in the fiscal area, it is possible to react to crises from which economies cyclically suffer, taking the specificities of the European Union into account. Afterwards, the traditional EU fiscal instruments, in particular the Multiannual Financial Framework and the EU budget, are described and the extent to which these instruments can be used to respond to crisis situations, such as the coronavirus crisis, is analysed. The impacts of the coronavirus crisis are also subject to a brief discussion....
Common defence policy in the contex of the EU law
Syruček, Václav ; Říha, Michal (advisor) ; Svoboda, Pavel (referee)
178 Common defence policy in the context of EU law Abstract: This thesis deals with the common defence policy in the context of EU law. The common defence policy is an undefined area of the EU's common defence and security policy. The first part of the work is devoted to the necessary theory of security policy, the theoretical concept of grand strategy, deterrence strategy and a brief history of the security integration of Europe, up to the establishment of the European Union and the increasingly extensive legal regulation of the area of common security and defence policy. Special emphasis is placed on the presentation of less well-known concepts in the Czech Republic, such as the theory of grand strategy, the theoretical approach to the formation of an ends-ways-means strategy and peace research. Peace is seen in the work as an ideal state, which itself, however, needs wider theoretical research. An understanding of peace theory is important for understanding the steps the European Union must take towards potential allies and systemic adversaries in order to ensure the security of its sovereignty, democracy and the lives, health and property of its citizens and residents. Positive peace is built using soft power and international cooperation. Negative peace is maintained through hard power and a strategy...
EU legal instruments for the protection of whistleblowers
Kalová, Adéla ; Scheu, Harald Christian (advisor) ; Exner, Jan (referee)
EU legal instruments for the protection of whistleblowers Abstract This thesis deals with the issue of protection of whistleblowers within the European Union, with a particular emphasis on the view of Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law. In the context of the issue, the thesis also analyses the approach of the European Court of Human Rights, which has commented on the protection of whistleblowers many times in the past through its case law. The Court has looked at the issue from the perspective of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights, its decisions are nevertheless a relevant source of information for finding answers to the questions of effective provision of legal protection to whistleblowers. The thesis further analyses the transposition of the Directive into the Czech legal system in the form of Act No. 171/2023 Coll., on the protection of whistleblowers. In order to draw conclusions about the compatibility of the transposed Czech legislation with the EU legislation, a comparative analysis with the Austrian, German and Slovak legal systems was carried out as well. The analysis reveals partial differences in the approach to transposition and implementation between these...
Europeanisation of Czech, Polish, and SLovak media in the context of three crises
Rosenfeldová, Jana ; Vochocová, Lenka (advisor) ; Gregor, Miloš (referee) ; Havlík, Vlastimil (referee)
The dissertation focuses on the level and form of Europeanisation of Czech, Polish and Slovak media in the intense phases of three crises - the migration crisis, the coronavirus pandemic and the war in Ukraine. The theoretical starting points of the thesis are the theories of the public sphere. Its functional variant is considered in the context of the "European communication space" as a means or a necessary condition for eliminating various deficits of the European Union, especially the democratic deficit. Of the various approaches to conceptualizing the European public sphere, the research in this thesis adopts a Europeanization approach, through the lens of which the European public sphere is seen as a network of national public spheres that are increasingly "Europeanized", and which relies on individual national media in its empirical efforts to detect the European public sphere. A parallel quantitative and qualitative content analysis of the content published on Facebook by six Czech, Polish and Slovak mainstream media outlets in the early stages of each crisis identifies different levels of Europeanisation across crises, reflecting the different levels of competences that the EU possessed in each of them. At the same time, it shows that EU issues and actors have managed to gain a foothold...
Support of Human Resources Development in the Czech SMEs from the Structural Funds
Bumbálková, Veronika ; Krištof, Martin (referee) ; Hanušová, Helena (advisor)
The aim of this work provides an analysis of the possibilities of utilization of Structural funds for the development of Czech SMEs with the focus on the support of human resources development. The theoretical part is focused on the structure of funds in the programme therm 2004 – 2006 and project cycle. The practical part is made as the case study for the Programme Human Resources Development in Vašstav company.
Project Financing by EU Funds
Dostál, Tomáš ; MBA, Martin Macháček, (referee) ; Koleňák, Jiří (advisor)
This Diploma thesis is focused on the possibilities of financing a specific project in the company from EU Funds. Theoretical part of this thesis describes an individual funds and policies of European Union. This part also defines the basic informations from Project management. The aim of the practical part is prepare a feasibility study of the project. This project will be co-financed from EU Funds. After that the whole process will be assessed. In the end of the thesis is processed the whole procedure of submission the request from the Business and Innovation Programme through the CzechInvest agency.

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