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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Kosmopolitismus v Praze and The Question of Czech Authenticity

Brinkman, Andrew 29 September 2020 (has links)
No description available.

Muddling through: strategies and identities of Chinese migrants in the Czech Republic, 1990-2002

Moore, Marketa. January 2002 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Sociology / Doctoral / Doctor of Philosophy

The Czech Republic's Transition: The Environment and Human Rights

Buck, Ryan D. 05 1900 (has links)
This exploratory case study considers the Czech Republic from 1993 thru 2002 by examining two links: first, between transition and the environment.; second, between the environment and human rights. The study examines data from the Czech Ministry of Environment, the European Union, the World Bank, and Freedom House. The purpose of this study is to better understand the Czech Republic and to generate hypotheses that might be used in future cross-national studies. Chapter III provides the underlying theory linking the environment and human rights. Chapters IV, V, and VI discuss the data and the two links and suggest hypotheses for future research. Chapter VII draws conclusions about states in transition, the environment, and human rights and encourages future integrative research.

Professional armed forces new trend in Europe : transformation of the Czech armed forces

Zold, Zoltan 06 1900 (has links)
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited / In 2001 the Czech Republic decided to abandon conscription in favor of professional armed forces. Western European countries are following the same trend, since the new security environment requires quickly deployable, highly skilled and well-equipped forces. The current round of reforms started with Belgium and Netherlands, and have seen followed by France, Spain, Italy and Portugal. These countries are beneficiary from experience in United States and United Kingdom. The Czech Republic professionalization is the natural continuation of a process that started in 1999 with NATO membership. In 2001, the new Minister of Defense received the task of creating an all-volunteer force. A Plan to transition the armed forces was created. Transformation will likely start after the upcoming elections. The new concept should make the Czech Republic a more effective member of NATO. This thesis concentrates on transition experience from conscription to volunteer forces with special attention to the United States, Great Britain, Belgium, France, Spain and Italy. It discusses issues of procedures, processes, problems and their managerial solutions in the current environment of the Czech Armed Forces. / Major, Air Force of the Czech Republic

Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on the Labour Market in the Czech Republic and other European Countries / Vliv přímích zahraničních investic na trh práce v České republice a jiných Evropských krajinách

Bežila, Lukáš January 2006 (has links)
V teoretické části tato práce analyzuje současnou ekonomickou literaturu o efektech PZI. Dále identifikuje hlavní příčiny a řešení Evropského trhu práce. ?Flexicurity? aplikována skandinávskými zeměmi nabízí dostatek flexibility podnikatelům, ale zároveň poskytuje záchrannou síť pro ty, kteří si neumí pomoci sami. Velké regionální rozdíly jsou způsobeny centralizací ekonomických aktivit okolo hlavního města, nevhodnou strukturou pracovní síly, chybějícími regionálními centry ale také nevůlí pracovat. V praktické části užitím panelových dat z let 1997 až 2004 v českém průmyslu, tato práce podává důkaz o efektech PZI na trh práce v hostitelské zemi. V důsledku efektu přelévaní, nadnárodní společnosti zvyšují mzdy a produktivitu v domácích firmách. Hypotéza o zvyšování produktivity prostřednictvím substituce práce kapitálem byla zamítnuta. Produktivita práce rostla rychleji než mzdy a proto nezpůsobila nárůst nezaměstnanosti. Nadnárodní společnosti pomáhaly vytvářet efektivní pracovní příležitosti, realokovat zdroje od méně k více produktivním a tímto zvyšovat zaměstnanost. Vytváření pracovních míst zahraničními firmami bylo v průměru doprovázeno destrukcí jedné třetiny těchto míst v domácích firmách. Efekt protahování se liší v čase a mezi sektory. Porovnáním domácích a zahraničních firem se zjistilo, že nadnárodní společnosti vyrábějí s rostoucími externími výnosy z rozsahu, zatím co domácí firmy, produkují s klesajícími externími, ale rostoucími interními výnosy z rozsahu.

Czech Bluegrass Media, An Overview

Bidgood, Lee 01 January 2017 (has links)
No description available.

Recruitment of Recent Business Graduates: A Comparison of Taiwan and the Czech Republic

Stromko, Bretislav 30 March 2009 (has links)
The thesis focuses on recruitment practices of recent business graduates and related issues in two countries, the Czech Republic and Taiwan. Firstly, it concentrates on what recruitment sources, such as internet job portals, job fairs and others, are popular among these particular groups acting in the labor market, and on the contrary, what sources are used by the organizations. Furthermore, the research explores what information companies advertize in their job advertisements and what information recent business graduates seek. It also tries to discover what skills, competencies and experiences Taiwanese and Czech HR professionals value and recommend graduates to have if they want to be successful in the recruitment and selection process. The importance of wants and values of recent business graduates, role of location, universities and culture is described as well. Collected data from the on-line questionnaire survey designed for companies and graduates, both from Taiwan and the Czech Republic, provided the major source of information for answering the main questions of this research. Nevertheless, several face-to-face interviews with HR professionals from both countries were conducted as well. These interviews should have provided more in-depth view on the issues related to the recruitment of recent business graduates and present detailed insights based on their experiences into related practices and topics. Consequently, the thesis gives a comprehensive picture of the issues discussed above and it should help companies, and also graduates from both countries to better match mutual wants and values. The results show that currently, modern information and communication technologies significantly influence the recruitment practices. Therefore, internet job portals and companies¡¦ websites are popular recruitment sources. Moreover, recent business graduates only seldom know what kind of job would suit them the best and thus, this factor influences their later performance at work. As a result, HR professionals recommend them to clarify it. Besides that, base salary and other financial incentives are no longer the main factors that influence graduates¡¦ decision-making in both countries. The survey outcomes show that graduates rather seek career prospects, training and educational possibilities, and also interesting and enriching jobs. They want to be proud of what they are doing, respected by their peers and they would like to further develop themselves.

Professional armed forces new trend in Europe : transformation of the Czech armed forces /

Zold, Zoltan. January 2002 (has links) (PDF)
Thesis (M.S. in Defense Systems Management)--Naval Postgraduate School, June 2002. / Thesis advisor(s): Raymond Franck, Donald Abenheim. Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-88). Also available online.

Bones, stones, and brothels religion and topography in Prague under Emperor Charles IV (1346-78) /

Mengel, David Charles. January 2003 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Notre Dame, 2003. / Thesis directed by John Van Engen for the Graduate Program in Medieval Studies. "July 2003." Includes bibliographical references (leaves 397-433).

Her Own Voice: The Art Songs of Vítězslava Kaprálová

Jandura, Tereza January 2009 (has links)
This paper presents an examination of the art songs of Czech composer Vítězslava Kaprálová (January 24, 1915 - June 16, 1940) through detailed analysis of selected works. Kaprálová created a unique character for each of her art songs, with careful attention to idiomatic declamation and syllable stress, tone-painting in the accompaniments, and the use of primarily "post-impressionistic" stylistic techniques. Most importantly, this study focuses on the fact that her composition was firmly rooted in the text, and that her choice and adaptation of text convey important autobiographical motivation as well as insight into her character and personality.

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