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The Czech National Bank, its legal status and scope of activities
Hudcovic, Timoteus Jan ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Novotný, Petr (referee)
The Czech National Bank, its legal status and scope of activities Abstract The theme of this thesis is the Czech National Bank, its legal status and scope of activities. The aim of the thesis is to describe and analyse the development of central banking and to evaluate current legal status of the Czech National Bank. Due to the volume of the Czech National Bank's activities, the work is focused only on the supervisory activities of the Czech National Bank and on the examination of the functioning of the unified supervision system. The thesis is divided into five parts. The first part deals with theoretical issues of the emergence of central banking and with the functions of central banks. The following part deals with the development of central banking in the Czech lands from the time of the Austrian Empire until the establishment of the independent Czech Republic. The third part of the thesis describes legal status of the Czech National Bank, its establishment in the Constitution of the Czech Republic, its tasks, objectives and its independence. Furthermore, the thesis describes bank's relationship with other constitutional institutions, its organizational structure, management and regulatory activities. The fourth part of the thesis deals with the supervisory activities of the Czech National Bank. At the...
Status and role of central banks in history
Jirsová, Tereza ; Bažantová, Ilona (advisor) ; Dupáková, Lenka (referee)
1 ABSTRACT STATUS AND ROLE OF CENTRAL BANKS IN HISTORY This diploma thesis describes and compares the regulation and status of two central banks in our history, the central bank of the independent Czechoslovak Republic and the central bank of the Czech Republic. The aim of this thesis is to present and compare selected aspects of both central banks through the method of analysis and comparison. The hypothesis is that both banks, as central banks of democratic states, are similar in their regulation and status. The intention is to verify this hypothesis and find out whether the Czechoslovak Republic legislation was a source of inspiration for the creation of central banking legislation when the Czech Republic was established. The first part of the thesis describes the banking system, the characteristics and origin of central banking in the world and the Czech region. Subsequently, the circumstances of the establishment of the National Bank of Czechoslovakia and the Czech National Bank are presented. The second part deals with the constitutional and legal regulations of both central bank and the objectives of their activities. The third part characterizes the status of both central banks as regards legal form, bodies and degree of independence. Differences have prevailed in the compared aspects of central...
Measurement of Clarity of Financial Stability Reports
Mišák, Vojtěch ; Horváth, Roman (advisor) ; Jakubík, Petr (referee)
The topic of this diploma thesis is to measure and investigate the clarity of Financial stability reports from 27 European central banks. Using unbalanced panel data from 2004 to 2017 we found out variables that determine the level of clarity of Financial stability reports. Clarity indices are calculated by Flesch-Kincaid readability tests. Based on our results, we claim that the clarity of the Financial stability report is affected by the level of independence of the central bank and by non-housing macroprudential policy index. Furthermore, the clarity of Financial stability reports changes among years and especially during the financial crisis. According to spatial models, the distance between central banks really matters in the terms of the clarity of Financial stability reports.
Legal position and activities of the Czech National Bank
Král, Vladimír ; Vondráčková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Vybíral, Roman (referee)
Central banks world-widely are institutions of crucial importance for economics of their countries, especially during the years of financial instability, in some cases having also an influence to other economies. The thesis deals with the topic of Czech National Bank (as the central bank of the Czech Republic), its legal position within the Czech legal system and its activities with regards to dynamic development in this area in recent years. The thesis is divided into chapters accordingly to its name and the subject matter. Introduction aims to introduce into topic, briefly describes the structure of the thesis. Introduction is followed by two main chapters - "Legal position of the CNB" and "Activities of the CNB", respectively. These chapters are composed of fractional subchapters and more fractional parts. Thesis is ended by conclusion. Second chapter analyses constitutional provisions relating to Czech National Bank and statutory provision included in Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank, with references to respective provisions of law of the European Union. It concerns also two significant rulings of Constitutional court related to the CNB and involves thoughts of some rules currently applied. Special attention is dedicated to the legal conception of CNB's independent position in relation...
The Czech National Bank, its legal position and scope of activities
Filípková, Olga ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee)
The Czech National Bank, its legal position and scope of activities This diploma thesis evaluates the legal position and scope of activities of the Czech National Bank through the analysis of the current legislation, literature and other sources. Partial aspects affecting the legal position and activities of the Czech National Bank are described separately, but due to their mutual connections it is important to see them as a part of the whole context. The thesis also points at questionable issues and offers both expert's as well as author's attitudes. This diploma thesis is divided into five chapters. The first chapter characterizes central banking itself, defines the role of the central bank in the banking system, shows the differences in conception of central bank and outlines the methods of establishing of central banks. The second chapter briefly describes the evolution of central banking in our country, focusing on the importance of historical events, which contributed to the creation of the Czech National Bank, as we know it today. Historical excursion begins with a period of Austro-Hungarian Empire and continues to the present. The third chapter consists of logically organized overview of particular aspects of the legal position of the Czech National Bank, including relations with other...
The Determinants of central banking transparency: An Empirical Analysis
Ulrich, Tomáš ; Horváth, Roman (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Jakub (referee)
This thesis examines the central banking transparency and financial stability communication. The main goal is to find the determinants of the updated Monetary policy transparency index and the index for financial stability trans- parency, which cover 110 countries during the period 2000-2011. We analyse the individual components of transparencies and perform regression models with the set of economic and political variables in order to find drivers of all aspects of transparency. As a basic observation we verified the increasing trend in both types of transparencies during last two decades. We found out that economi- cally well developed countries with flexible exchange rates, quality government and stable political institutions tend to be more open about their monetary policies. Moreover, high degree of monetary policy transparency and the occu- rance of past systemic banking crisis implies higher openness of central banks about financial stability issues. The drivers of Financial stability transparency index components display significant variations, especially variables like rule of law or past financial distress. It is concluded that financial stability trans- parency is still a young field of study and many central banks are still in the developing phase of learning. Keywords central banking,...
The Czech National Bank, its legal status and scope of activities
Kočová, Olga ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee)
Title: The Czech National Bank, its legal status and scope of activities Abstract The aim of this thesis is to analyze the current status of legislation of the Czech National Bank, its content operations and powers with regard to the historical development of this institution, focusing on the banknotes and coins, monetary policy, financial stability, financial market supervision and possible impacts of euro adoption in the Czech Republic. The first part of the thesis will be devoted to the historical development and fundamental characteristics of the Czech National Bank as the central bank and its organizational structure, management and independence will be determined as well as the objectives pursued. The following chapters will deal with particular areas of activities which the Czech National Bank practices in accordance to its primary objective. More detailed focus in the thesis is on the emission function, the conduct of monetary policy and its instruments, analysis of financial stability and supervision of individual financial market segments. The last part of the thesis will be devoted to the issue of adopting the common European currency in the Czech Republic and to the changes which would be connected to that currency adoption. Keywords Czech national bank, central banking, monetary policy,...
Czech national bank, legal status and content of activity
Semecký, Petr ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee) ; Karfík, Zdeněk (referee)
disertační práce Petr Semecký Česká národní banka, právní postavení a náplň činnosti 5 Abstract A. Objectives The main goal of the dissertation "The Czech National Bank, legal status and content of activity" is to quantify, qualify and draw as exact as possible conclusions about some aspects of the development, status and activities of the Czech National Bank in the future. To solve this task, the author has used in the introduction of this work three following key questions: 1. What are the implications for the Czech National Bank of the new bodies supervising the financial markets at european level? 2. What are the benefits and negatives of adopting the euro for the Czech Republic and should the Czech Republic actually join the European Monetary Union? 3. What impact will have the amendment of the Capital Adequacy Directive (the "Basel II") on the activities of the Czech National Bank? B. Methods By creating this work was used a wide range of research methods to ensure that there will be drawn conclusions with the best possible informative value. It is possible to mention particularly the method of recherche, abstraction, comparison and synthesis. C. Sources As the most important sources used by creating the work can be mentioned ecpecially, scientific publications, monographs, articles published...
The central bank, its legal status and scope of activities
Blažková, Jana ; Kotáb, Petr (advisor) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee)
The Central Bank, its Legal Status and Scope of Activities Central banks are very powerful institution and central banking is a very complex discipline. Monetary policy, the most important activity of central banking, has become the key instrument of macroeconomic stabilisation. The aim of my paper has been to analyse all the areas of central banks' operations, aiming especially at monetary policy and its instruments, and also to tackle the recently emerged doubts about what the main objective of central banks should be. I also provide a review and an analysis of the current legal status of the Czech National Bank from the independence and accountability point of view. The first chapter of my work is dedicated to the history of central banking. Second chapter examines the individual functions that central banks carry out, with third chapter analysing the most important of them, the monetary policy. The last chapter is dedicated to the Czech National Bank (CNB) and is subdivided into four parts: the first one is outlining the history of CNB, the second one gives us the detailed overview of the individual functions of CNB, its main target and instruments CNB uses to reach the target. The third one is devoted to CNB relations with European Union and the fourth part focuses on the legal status of CNB...
The Comparison of Monetary Policy of ECB and FED and their Reaction to the Financial Crisis
Hajíčková, Tereza ; Raková, Marie (advisor) ; Jašová, Martina (referee)
Central banks are institutions which play an important role in today's market economies and which have an influence on economic development. Their influence was obvious during the last financial crisis when the measures taken by them were expected with impatience. This thesis is focused on the two important central banks in contemporary world - European Central Bank (ECB) and Federal Reserve System (FED). The first part of the thesis is a general description of central banking. It is followed by description of both banks with respect to their monetary politics. The last part of the thesis deals with the reactions of ECB and FED to the financial crisis. An analysis of the measures they have taken is also made. It is possible to conclude that monetary politics of ECB and FED was successful.

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