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Ecology of the Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) in the Czech Republic
Stejskalová, Nikol ; Weiser, Martin (advisor) ; Pergl, Jan (referee)
The Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) is an invasive deciduous tree, which has spread to every continent except Antarctica from its original area. It came to the Czech Republic in the 19th century as ornamental tree to the gardens of castles and parks. Later it spread to surrounding cities, but also into wild nature. Nowadays we find it in the Czech Republic primarily in hotter and drier areas and human disturbed areas. Its occurrence in these areas may suggest ideal conditions, which A. altissima seeks for its growth and spread. Studied conditions in this bachelor thesis are light, temperature, soil, water availability and overall environment, which A. altissima finds in its native and non-native area. Limits for the individual conditions were investigated, and these could define, where A. altissima can appear and where it cannot. Then everything was linked to the conditions in the Czech Republic. The results show that its appearance in the Czech Republic is mostly affected by altitude and average annual temperature linked with it. Shading limits A. altissima, but less than it was expected. When it comes to soil and water availability, A. altissima is very undemanding. The question is if A. altissima has already managed to occupy every location where it is able to grow in the Czech Republic and...
Economic and financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in a specific company
Březinová, Barbora ; Gláserová, Jana (referee) ; Hornungová, Jana (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is devoted to the evaluation of the economic situation of the state company České dráhy, a. s. in the years 2018-2022, when the issue of the COVID-19 pandemic is also included in this period. The first part of the work characterizes terms important to the given topic, which the bachelor's thesis itself deals with. The second part is devoted to the calculation and evaluation of the indicators themselves using the methods mentioned in the theoretical part. The last part of the work is based on the results of the analytical part and its part is the proposal of measures that would lead to the improvement of the current financial situation.
Attitudes toward Health and Illness in Muslim World
NOVOTNÁ, Dominika
This master thesis researches the perception of health and illness in the Muslim world. It aims to map out specific viewpoints related to health and disease within this context. The research is guided by four key questions: How do Muslims perceive the value of health?, How do Muslims perceive illness?, What was their views on healthcare provided by the public health system, and what expectations do they have?, What has been their experience with the care they received? Did it meet their expectations? The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on three main areas: transcultural nursing care, Islam, and specific considerations in treatment of Muslim patients. Each area introduces fundamental concepts that are subsequently explored in the research section. Hence, the theoretical part covers the concept of the "rising sun" model, the theory of care, and the importance of understanding cultural nuances. In the second part, the thesis focuses on terms relevant to Islam, including the Prophet Muhammad, the Quran, and the five pillars of Islam. The final section discusses theories related to caring for Muslim patients, emphasizing communication, respect for personal space, attitudes toward health and illness, and unique particularities. The empirical part of the thesis was elaborated through qualitative research using semi-structured interviews. A total of twenty-two questions were posed to six Muslim participants residing in the Czech Republic. These interviews provided valuable data for further exploration. The interviews were recorded, transcribed, and analyzed using a pen-and-paper method. The results of the entire research study were categorized into four main areas, containing a total of fourteen subcategories. These findings provide comprehensive insights into the perception of health and illness in the Muslim world, as well as aspects related to prevention and the public healthcare system. It was proved by the study that the public healthcare system in the Czech Republic is highly regarded by Muslims, who can rely on its services. However, a significant challenge lies in the insufficient cultural competence of healthcare personnel when providing care to patients who adhere to Islam. Based on the collected and analyzed data, educational materials have been developed. These materials aim to enhance the knowledge of healthcare professionals, enabling them to understand the fundamental specifics of caring for Muslim patients. By doing so, healthcare providers can proactively address potential issues, improve the patient experience during their stay in healthcare facilities, and offer valuable support during challenging life situations.
Comparing of the Personal Income Tax in the Czech Republic and Austria
Koželuhová, Vendula ; Penka, Miroslav (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis compares two different systems of taxation of income of physical persons. There is analyzed the situation in the Czech Republic which is compared with the situation in Austria. Results of this comparing are reviewed and sequentially the differences and the benefits and disadvantages are set up.
Comparition of Direct Taxes in the Czech Republic and Norway
Bortlova, Hana ; Drápal, Vladimír (referee) ; Svirák, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused onto the compare of Tax system in the Czech Republic and Norway. Main focus is in direct taxes. There is analyzed the situation in the Czech Republic which is compared with the situation in Norway. Result of this comparing are reviewed and consequently the differences are set up.
Taxation of Legal Entities in the Czech Republic and France - a Comparison
Hrad, Zdeněk ; Kašpar, Pavel (referee) ; Brychta, Karel (advisor)
The Bachelor’s Thesis focuses on taxation of corporations. It compares taxation of corporations in the Czech Republic and in The France Republic. The thesis contains informations, methods and suggestions about optimization of tax liability. Calculation of tax liability is illustrated on the factual example.
Comparison of Personal Income tax in the Czech Republic and the Great Britain
Nedoma, Marek ; Svirák, Pavel (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis compares taxation of income of natural persons in the Czech Republic and Great Britain. In the theoretical part of the thesis are described and explained basic concepts connected with the issue. In the following part are mentioned several prime examples that explain the process of taxation in these countries. The final part focuses on a comparison of the tax liability and the possibilities of tax optimization.
Practical Application of Belgian and Czech Tax Legislation
Pospíšilová, Pavla ; Nezval, Lukáš (referee) ; Polák, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with comparison of current legislation situation in business conditions for self-employers in the Czech Republic and Belgium, especially from the viewpoint of personal income tax law. On the basis of findings, the thesis deals with question, where the tax burden is minor.
Taxation of Foreigners
Zeman, Pavel ; Jaroš, Luboš (referee) ; Kopřiva, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with taxation of foreigners - residents and non-residents - in the Czech republic. It explains the differences between cooperation with the States of the European Union, contracting and non-contracting States. The main aim is definition of basic differences and finding the ways to optimize the tax liability of foreigners. Attention is also moving in specific cases that are resolved by the agreements for the avoidance of double taxation between the Czech Republic and Slovakia or the Czech Republic and France.
Taxation of European Union Residents Incomes from Employment in the Czech Republic
Obertíková, Sandra ; Krejčová, Hana (referee) ; Brychta, Karel (advisor)
The master´s thesis deals with taxation of Europen Union residents in the Czech Republic. The main aim of this thesis is to create a methodology for the taxation of European Union residents incomes from employment in the Czech Republic. Attention is also moving to a model case of European Union residents, who receives incomes from employment in the Czech Republic during the tax year 2016.

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