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Use of Product Price Discrimination in International Markets
Tempír, Stanislav ; Pavláková Dočekalová, Marie (referee) ; Luňáček, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis is aimed at making specific recommendations on price discrimination for a company operating in international markets. These recommendations are supported by calculations of purchasing power parity, price elasticity of demand and analyses of primary and secondary data from European markets. The thesis is structured in three main parts, the first dealing with the theoretical background, the second with the company and the selected markets and the last part with the recommendations themselves.
Use of Price Discrimination in the International Markets
Rosická, Markéta ; Oklešťková, Sára (referee) ; Luňáček, Jiří (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on price discrimination of a selected company operating in an international environment. The work is divided into three main parts. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the key concepts and characteristics necessary to understand the issues related to the topic of the thesis. The analytical part of the work is focused on the description of the current state of the company in selected foreign markets. The proposal part of the work used the method of multiple regression analysis and also presents possible proposals and recommendations for price discrimination in individual foreign markets with regard to the purchasing power of individual countries.
Parita kupní síly - teorie a praxe
Bukat, Michał Aleksander ; Žamberský, Pavel (advisor) ; Taušer, Josef (referee)
The thesis explains the theory of purchasing power parity and related concepts. It shows differences in prices and wages all around the globe and gives theoretical explanation of existing disparities. The goal is to find out how prices differ in reality, where costs of living are the highest or the lowest and what makes some products more or less expensive in different countries. In order to answer the questions the thesis deals with, the variety of sources was used, starting from economics textbooks, academic journals, literature reviews, the Economist website, a study of UBS 'Prices and Earnings', International Monetary Fund database and others.
The impact of purchasing power on the supply and demand in tourism of the Czech Republic
Slavíčková, Catherine ; Jarolímková, Liběna (advisor) ; Bakos, Tomáš (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the influence of Czech households' purchasing power on the supply and demand in the tourism market of the Czech Republic. Furthermore, various components of the tourism market of the Czech Republic are discussed, including but not limited to consumer behavior of Czechs in tourism depending on the households' disposable income or the ways service providers can position themselves towards the customers.
Regional differences in purchasing power: price levels, wages and pensions
Janský, Petr ; Bajgar, M.
Price levels affect real incomes across countries and regions. We compare real incomes of workers\nand pensioners across 14 regions of the Czech Republic. We find that taking into account regional\ndifferences in price levels compresses the income differences between regions for private sector\nemployees, but increases them for pensioners and some groups of public-sector employees. This\nresult is strengthened when we employ microeconomic data to reflect the education, occupations,\nage and gender of workers. Private-sector wages in Prague are 43% higher than in the rest of the\ncountry, but one half of this difference can be explained by Prague’s higher price level and the\nother half by workers’ characteristics. When we take these two factors into account, public-sector\nwages and pensions are the lowest in Prague. We discuss the benefi ts and costs of the government reflecting the regional price levels in setting public-sector wages or pensions.\n\n