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Educational system in China and its impact on the country's competitiveness
Pacalová, Michaela ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Procházková Ilinitchi, Cristina (referee)
The thesis is devoted to the topic of the educational system in China. The aim of the thesis is to evaluate the impact of higher education on competitiveness and to verify the hypothesis that investing in human capital is a key factor in increasing China's competitiveness. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part defines the basic definitions of competitiveness and the indices in which competitiveness is measured. It also characterizes specific pillars of given indices. The practical part evaluates the educational system, its history, the basic structure and, in particular, the problems that are present in the field of educationg in China. The second part is devoted to the impact of higher education on China's competitiveness. By using the well-known competitiveness indexes, the thesis evaluates the criterion focused on higher education. Part of the chapter is to look at the actual reforms implemented by the Chinese government in order to eliminate the problems with which the education system is linked, thus contributing to increasing overall competitiveness in the country.
Competitiveness of Czech republic within the context of Europe 2020 strategy
Tóth, Oliver ; Nečadová, Marta (advisor) ; Šumpíková, Markéta (referee)
Bachelor´s thesis deals with examination, comparison and analysis of the indicators of Europe 2020 strategy and the Europe 2020 Competitiveness Index in the period of the beginning of strategy implementation in 2010 till 2016. Thesis is divided into two compact parts. First, the theoretical one includes explanation of the term "competitiveness", characteristics of the Europe 2020 strategy and methodology of weighing national competitiveness regarding the model Europe 2020 of World Economic Forum. Second, the practical one is divided into two articles. First article dedicates to observation and analysis of the causes of progress towards the strategy goals acheived by Czech republic and European Union. Second article is dedicated to analysis of the competitiveness of EU and Czech republic according to mentioned model and to comparison with the countries of Visegrád Group as well. The last pasrt of the thesis contains an outcome of the facts found, list of the tables, images and graphs.
Strategy of Competitive Encounters
Jílek, Stanislav ; Látalová, Martina (referee) ; Bartes, František (advisor)
The thesis deals with the optimal choice of competitive strategy for the company Sulko. The work consists of an analysis of the company´s current state, the theoretical background and the proposal part. The part of thesis analyzing the company´s current state focuses on whether the company has a competitive strategy and strategic goals set. The theoretical part describes the issue of competitive strategy, the process of strategy formation and competitive advantages. The third part includes the comparison of Sulko to the top ten competitors at the market and also there is a practical example of all companies´ responses to customer´s demand for a product. Finally, the optimal competitive strategy is determined.
Multicriterial concept of competitiveness and EU
Grunda, Jakub ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Vlčková, Jana (referee)
The thesis focuses on multicriterial concept of competitiveness at the international level in relation with European Union. The final value of the EU competitiveness is measured on the basis of competitiveness methodology and research of World Economic Forum by using the European economic and social models. The aim is to analyze the value and then compare it with the current economically important global players. The output of the analysis is to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the EU competitiveness in the international context.
Position of the Czech Republic in the international competitiveness rankings
Grunda, Jakub ; Plchová, Božena (advisor) ; Kopecký, Jan (referee)
Competitiveness at the international level is researched mainly by World Economic Forum and International Institute for Management Development. According to their results, international competitiveness rankings are created annually. This work uses the most current results of those two aforementioned institutions and analyzes the competitiveness of the Czech Republic whose data are not only presented independently but also in comparison with Germany and Slovakia. The aim is to determinate strengths and weaknesses of the Czech Republic in the international field.
Position of the Czech Republic in the international competitiveness
Sekuličová, Dominika ; Plchová, Božena (advisor) ; Hanzlíková, Helena (referee)
The thesis deals with the concept of competitiveness. It attempts to define this indicator and highlight the possible ways of its measuring. In this context, the two most important institutions, the World Economic Forum and the International Institute for Management Development are presented. Furthermore, it tries to evaluate the development of competitiveness of the Czech Republic within the last three years. Finally, this work compares the CR with Belgium from the perspective of international competitiveness.
International competitiveness of Czech Republic in new millenium
Štěpánek, Lukáš ; Plchová, Božena (advisor) ; Nigrinová, Lenka (referee)
The diploma thesis examines the development of the competitiveness of Czech Republic since 2000 by means of measurable and comprehensive indicators. The first two chapters generate the theoretical basis for following analysis. In the first chapter is defined the concept of competitiveness at the macroeconomic level. The second chapter deals with methods and principles of measuring competitiveness, which are applied to economy of Czech Republic. First is examined the export performance and its development in the new millennium. Following is analyzed the indicators of cost competitiveness compared with EU member states. Eventually are described evaluation results of the World Economic Forum and the International Institute for Management Development.
The Competitiveness of the Nordic Countries
Valík, Lukáš ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Machytka, Daniel (referee)
This bachelor thesis is divided into three main parts. The first chapter deals with the theme of the welfare state. It explains the definition of this term, outlines general causes of the rise of this form, characterizes existing models of the social policy with focus on the Nordic type, presents some of the opinions of the critics and also deals with the crisis of this concept. The second part is dedicated to the theme of the competitiveness. It includes some of the applied definitions and gives examples of the institutions, which deal with measuring competitiveness. The second chapter focuses on the methodology used by the World Economic Forum. The third part tries to find a connection between the development of the competitiveness and the reduction of the welfare state in Denmark, Finland and Sweden. The procedure is based on the analysis of the development of the competitiveness of these countries according to the Global Competitiveness Reports and on the analysis of the indicators, which help to estimate the development of the typical attributes of the Nordic model of the welfare state.
Competitiveness of Switzerland in the global economy with focus on the financial sector
Sládek, Ondřej ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Krč, Jakub (referee)
The bachelor thesis analyzes the current competitiveness of the swiss economy. It defines its sources of competitiveness and barriers to it. A large part is devoted to the position of the swiss financial system in the world economy. Especially its quality and stability is assessed, to a large extent demonstrated on the actual situation. In its main part, the work describes the competitive position of Switzerland in particular areas of competitiveness ratings measured by multicriterial aproach to competitiveness. Higher attention is paid to the innovational performance, being probably the main source of future competitiveness advantage of the swiss economy. Comparison with countries at similar development level is widely used in the thesis.

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