The series "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing" contains publications on theory, applications, and design methods of Intelligent Systems and Intelligent Computing. Virtually all disciplines such as engineering, natural sciences, computer and information science, ICT, economics, business, e-commerce, environment, healthcare, life science are covered. show site
Information on insolvency proceedings is among the most important indicators as to the quality of the entrepreneurial environment in individual states. It is likewise important for entrepreneurial subjects, as without knowledge of the fact that a business partner or cooperating firm is in insolvency they cannot participate in insolvency procedures and thereby enforce their receivables. show site
This study deals with the potential relationship between costs and yields of insolvency proceedings for creditors and the performance of an observed economy, which is measured by the GDP per head of population. show site
The study outlines the problem of statistical recording of insolvency practice in the Czech Republic; it deems it as being inadequate and finds that it provides only sparse testimony on real events. show site
The paper attempts to analyze the effects of the cumulated public sector debt, in this relation essentially government debt and family debt, primarily on the development of the population’s standard of living. In this regard, the paper quantifies the impact of debt on the real standard of living – whether we define it merely as the ability to consume, show site
The study concerns the significance and validity of the information available in the area of insolvency proceedings in the Czech Republic, including data made public by multinational institutions. show site
Taking the situation in the Czech Republic as an example, the study concerns the potential of recovery procedures in dealing with business bankruptcies. Based on the analysis of statistics, it arrives at the conclusion that despite show site
The following paper analyses the declining contribution of tourism to the gross domestic product and the gross value added of the Czech economy as well as the tax revenues levied on the sector which, in the long-term, tend to follow a downward trend show site
Czech Republic is a country that shows substantial potential in the field of tourism; nevertheless, statistical data for the past decade are a convincing proof that this potential has not been used to the fullest. Some aspects are clearly visible that have had a long-term negative show site
This work analyses the development of insolvency law in the Czech Republic since 2008, when the Insolvency Act came into effect. On the basis of statistic data on insolvency proceedings, it finds that at least one goal towards show site
This study concerns the possibilities of reforming Czech insolvency law on the basis of experiences during the first four years of the efficacy of the new legislation in the country. After evaluating changes in expenses outlaid by creditors on an insolvency show site
The study examines the influence that demographic changes, which may be expected to take place in developed countries over the next several decades, will have on the development of some economic factors. The most important demographic shifts include potential changes in the number show site
2012 and 2013 will be very difficult years for the European economy, with a long list of diverse risk factors threatening the region. We must expect that separate events are very likely to exert a very strong influence over each other, and show site
The paper examines the relationship between growing household debts in developed countries as based on statistical data available in the vast majority of rich countries, and some other factors such as the development of household deposits show site
The study looks at the development of debt that non-financial corporations had with banks in the Czech Republic over the period of 2008 to 2010. It defines the Czech economy as open, liberal and transitional and, as a result, arrives at the general conclusion that Czech economic entities show site
In 2007 to 2011, the world economy has experienced two financial crises – the first was the banking crisis of 2007 to 2008, while the second one is the ongoing public debt crisis that began in 2009. The question is: What comes next? Can we expect the problems show site
From a new perspective of a recent event in the Czech Republic, the paper tackles again the familiar problem of replacing traditional crops, particularly food crops, by new technical crops, also concentrating on the economic and environmental consequences of such steps show site
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