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Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics (2014-2021)

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2021

GRANTS:

The Faculty of Economics continues with solving international project Are countries of the Visegrad Group (V4) ready for the consequences of population aging? is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. The grantee is University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of Economics.The aim of the project is to compare the readiness of the V4 countries to the consequences of population aging.The Faculty of Economics finishing in project H2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy. The POWER4BIO project aims at increasing the capacity of regional and local policy makers and stakeholders to structure their bioeconomy and to support the emergence of a thriving bio‐based sector. Adequate knowledge and best practice exchange and networking within and among regions, across the EU.

The Faculty of Economics continues with solving four projects supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic and two projects supported by The Czech Science Foundation (GAČR).
The Faculty is involved in solving the project Diversification of the Impact of the Bioeconomy on Strategic Documents of the Forestry-Wood Sector as a Basis for State Administration and the Design of Strategic Goals by 2030 supported by The Ministry of Agriculture. The main objective of this project is to assess the wider strategic context of forest bio-economics and to formulate strategic objectives and recommendations in the conditions of the Czech Republic. The proposed strategic objectives and recommendations of the strategy will be based primarily on the results of scientific research and on the views, recommendations, and experiences within the European Union and the Czech Republic. Given the time frame of current strategies (such as the Czech Republic 2030), these targets will be formulated by 2030.

International Projects - ongoing

Visegrad ID 22010034 Are countries of the Visegrad Group (V4) ready for the consequences of population aging? (2020-2021, doc. RNDr. Renata Klufová, Ph.D.)
HORIZON 2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy (2018-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)
COST CA16229 Environmental Citizenships: Visions of Future and Their Acceptance Among Students (2018-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)

National Projects - ongoing

TAČR GAMA TP01010019 Ověření inovativního technického prostředku pro efektivní manipulaci a přepravu kusových zásilek (2020-2022, Ing. R. Toušek, Ph.D.)

NAZV QK1920391 Diversification of the Impact of the Bioeconomy on Strategic Documents of the Forestry-Wood Sector as a Basis for State Administration and the Design of Strategic Goals by 2030 (2019-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)

GA ČR 19-04412S New approaches to modeling and statistic of random sets (2019-2021, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)

GA ČR 19-10694S Spaces of quiet sustainability: self-provisioning and sharing (2019-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)

TAČR TL02000144 Management and Legal Simulation "Bankruptcy as a Game" ( 2019-2021, JUDr. Ing. Z. Strnad, Ph.D., MPA)

TAČR TL02000012 Sustainable Development on Regional Level - Combination of Theory and Practice (2019-2022, doc. Dr. Ing. D. Škodová Parmová)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management, and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden the network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

Upcomming Events:

OTHERS:
The Faculty of Economics, in cooperation with Český rozhlas, participated in the research "Rozděleni klimatem" in spring 2021. The research is part of the project "Rozděleni svobodou" and focuses on measuring the households carbon footprint through electricity consumption, heating, land and air transport, and food consumption. The Household Carbon Footprint Calculator was created by Jan Vávra (Faculty of Economics, Department of Regional Management and Law) in cooperation with researchers from PAQ Research, STEM and CVVM due to this activity.

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2020

GRANTS:

The Faculty of Economics started with solving a new international project. The project Are countries of the Visegrad Group (V4) ready for the consequences of population aging? is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. The grantee is University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of Economics.The aim of the project is to compare the readiness of the V4 countries to the consequences of population aging.The Faculty of Economics continues in project H2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy. The POWER4BIO project aims at increasing the capacity of regional and local policy makers and stakeholders to structure their bioeconomy and to support the emergence of a thriving bio‐based sector. Adequate knowledge and best practice exchange and networking within and among regions, across the EU.

The Faculty of Economics continues with solving four projects supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic and two projects supported by The Czech Science Foundation (GAČR).
The Faculty is involved in solving the project Diversification of the Impact of the Bioeconomy on Strategic Documents of the Forestry-Wood Sector as a Basis for State Administration and the Design of Strategic Goals by 2030 supported by The Ministry of Agriculture. The main objective of this project is to assess the wider strategic context of forest bio-economics and to formulate strategic objectives and recommendations in the conditions of the Czech Republic. The proposed strategic objectives and recommendations of the strategy will be based primarily on the results of scientific research and on the views, recommendations, and experiences within the European Union and the Czech Republic. Given the time frame of current strategies (such as the Czech Republic 2030), these targets will be formulated by 2030.

International Projects - ongoing

Visegrad ID 22010034 Are countries of the Visegrad Group (V4) ready for the consequences of population aging? (2020-2021, doc. RNDr. Renata Klufová, Ph.D.)
Visegrad 21830123 Social media and trust building (2019-2020, doc. Ing. P. Řehoř, Ph.D.)
HORIZON 2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy (2018-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)
COST CA16229 Environmental Citizenships: Visions of Future and Their Acceptance Among Students (2018-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)

National Projects - ongoing

TAČR GAMA TP01010019 Ověření inovativního technického prostředku pro efektivní manipulaci a přepravu kusových zásilek (2020-2022, Ing. R. Toušek, Ph.D.)

NAZV QK1920391 Diversification of the Impact of the Bioeconomy on Strategic Documents of the Forestry-Wood Sector as a Basis for State Administration and the Design of Strategic Goals by 2030 (2019-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)

GA ČR 19-04412S New approaches to modeling and statistic of random sets (2019-2021, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)

GA ČR 19-10694S Spaces of quiet sustainability: self-provisioning and sharing (2019-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)

TAČR TL02000144 Management and Legal Simulation "Bankruptcy as a Game" ( 2019-2021, JUDr. Ing. Z. Strnad, Ph.D., MPA)

TAČR TL02000012 Sustainable Development on Regional Level - Combination of Theory and Practice (2019-2022, doc. Dr. Ing. D. Škodová Parmová)

TAČR TL01000348 Exchange rate prevention system (2018-2020, Ing. M. Krásnická, Ph.D.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management, and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden the network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

The International Scientific Conference INPROFORUM is a traditional event held by the Faculty of Economics, the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice (USB). It is focused on the research achievements in the fields of Innovations, Enterprises, Regions, and Organizations. Aim of the Conference is to respond to the symptoms in the current phase of the business cycle, not only the economy. Discussion can be led to possible causes and impacts of fluctuations in all fields, for example economic, business, social, legal, spatial, institutional, environmental, etc.

Science and Research Activities at fhe Faculty of Economics 2019

GRANTS:

Our scientists have achieved considerable success with respect to both national and international grant programs. One of the most important international grants is project H2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy. The POWER4BIO project aims at increasing the capacity of regional and local policy makers and stakeholders to structure their bioeconomy and to support the emergence of a thriving bio‐based sector. Adequate knowledge and best practice exchange and networking within and among regions, across the EU. The Faculty of Economics continues in project Interreg SIP-SME (Service Innovations Prozess für Klein-und Mittelunternehmen). The cross-border Czech-Austrian project aims to propose a tool, useful as methodological support for the continuous management of innovation processes in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) on both sides of the border. The Faculty of Economics of the University of South Bohemia, together with the Fachhochschule Oberösterreich Forschungs & Entwicklungs GmbH, are responsible for the supporting documentation and for the creation of a tool for promoting innovation processes in the SMEs.

The year 2019 was successful for our scientists in the national grant field too. The Faculty of Economics acquired four projects supported by Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. The main focus is on applied research in which economic problems in practice are solved in co-operation with significant regional companies and institutions using modern economic and mathematical methods and models.

International Projects - ongoing

Visegrad 21830123 Social media and trust building (2019-2020, doc. Ing. P. Řehoř, Ph.D.)
HORIZON 2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy (2018-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)
COST CA16229 Environmental Citizenships: Visions of Future and Their Acceptance Among Students (2018-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)
Interreg V-A ATCZ16 SIP-SME (Service Innovations Prozess für Klein-und Mittelunternehmen) (2017-2019, doc. Ing. L. Rolínek, Ph.D.)


National Projects - ongoing

NAZV QK1920391 Diversification of the influence of bioeconomy on forestry-timber sector strategic documents as a basis for state administration and proposal of strategic goals by 2030 (2019-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)
GA ČR 19-04412S New approaches to modeling and statistic of random sets (2019-2021, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)
GA ČR 19-10694S Spaces of quiet sustainability: self-provisioning and sharing (2019-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)
TAČR TL02000423 Marketing decision-support system DestinACE (2019-2022, Ing. V. Vojtko, Ph.D.)
TAČR TL02000144 Management and Legal Simulation "Bankruptcy as a Game" (2019-2021, JUDr. Ing. Z. Strnad, Ph.D., MPA)
TAČR TL02000012 Sustainable Development on Regional Level - Combination of Theory and Practice (2019-2022, doc. Dr. Ing. D. Škodová Parmová)
TAČR TL01000348 Exchange rate prevention system (2018-2020, Ing. M. Krásnická, Ph.D.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

The International Scientific Conference INPROFORUM is a traditional event held by the Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice. The topic for this year was "100 Years of the Koruna". The keynote speakers were Zbyněk Revenda and Ryozo Miura.

The International Scientific Conference Mathematical Methods in Economics is a traditional meeting of professionals from universities and businesses interested in the theory and applications of operations research and econometrics. Our faculty was the main organizer for this year. The conference invited about 100 participants.

INPROFORUM 2019 (100 Years of the Koruna)
MME 2019
TourConf 2019 (Only Czech link)
Our common present 2019
Qualitative methods in research 2019 (Only Czech link)

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2018

GRANTS:
The Faculty of Economics started with solving two new international projects. The project Environmental Citizenships: Visions of Future and Their Acceptance Among Students is supported by The European Cooperation in Science and Technology. The main aim and objective of the program are to enable scientific developments in the field of Environmental Citizenship leading to new conceptualizations and new products and thereby contributing to strengthening European research and innovation capacities in the field. The POWER4BIO project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 818351. New 2,5 year H2020 international project started in October 2018. The Czech part of the project was focused on research and promotion of bioeconomy in the South Bohemia Region.

The Faculty of Economics acquired the project Exchange rate prevention system supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic. The result of applied research of the TAČR project is currently heading for the realization in the pilot version. It is available at var.ef.jcu.cz. It is an application that helps the user to estimate a possible exchange rate loss on his/her claim or debt. Starting in March 2020, this application is going to be available in full version on the portal businessinfo.cz, which will ensure the access of a professional public to the results of applied research of the Faculty of Economics. Whereas researchers in the Czech Republic and abroad do not know a similar freely available application, this applied research has a prospective economic impact on society, especially in today's turbulent times (Brexit, US / China / EU trade wars).

International Projects - ongoing

HORIZON 2020 POWER4BIO: emPOWERing regional stakeholders for realising the full potential of European BIOeconomy (2018-2021, doc. Ing. E. Cudlínová, CSc.)
COST CA16229 Environmental Citizenships: Visions of Future and Their Acceptance Among Students (2018-2021, PhDr. J. Vávra, Ph.D.)
Interreg V-A ATCZ16 SIP-SME (Service Innovations Prozess für Klein-und Mittelunternehmen) (2017-2019, doc. Ing. L. Rolínek, Ph.D.)


National Projects - ongoing

TAČR TL01000348 Exchange rate prevention system (2018-2020, Ing. M. Krásnická, Ph.D.)
GAČR 16-03708/S Spatial geometrical statistics of random sets in Euclidean spaces (2016-2018, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

At the Faculty of Economics was held the 12th International Scientific Conference INPROFORUM. The topic for this year was "Innovations, Enterprises, Regions and Management". The conference invited about 80 participants. The next important conference co-organized by the Faculty of Economics was Our common present 2018. The eighth year of the conference subtitled Digital technology in environmental context was held in Hradec Králové. The keynote speaker was Manfred Spitzer.

INPROFORUM 2018 (Innovations, Enterprises, Regions and Management)
Our common present 2018
Budweiser Economic Days: Society, Schools and Industry 4.0 (Only Czech link)
Qualitative methods in research 2018 (Only Czech link)

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2017

GRANTS:
The Faculty of Economics starts solving the important international project SIP-SME (Service Innovations Prozess für Klein-und Mittelunternehmen) supported by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union as part of the INTERREG V-A Austria-Czech Republic program. The project partners are the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (FH OÖ), the South Bohemian University of České Budějovice (EF JCU), Business Upper Austria (Biz-Up), and the South Bohemian Science & Technology Park (JVTP). The aim of the project is to develop an online tool that enables companies to analyze their innovation processes.

International Projects - ongoing

Interreg V-A ATCZ16 SIP-SME (Service Innovations Prozess für Klein-und Mittelunternehmen) (2017-2019, doc. Ing. L. Rolínek, Ph.D.)


National Projects - ongoing

GAČR 16-03708/S Spatial geometrical statistics of random sets in Euclidean spaces (2016-2018, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

The 11th International Scientific Conference INPROFORUM was held at the Faculty of Economics. The keynote speaker Vladimír Albrecht from Technology centre CAS has speech named „ Is participation of Czech Republic in European Programmes for Research and Innovation Succesful or Problematic?" Our traditional conference invited about 140 participants.

The 7th year of the conference Our Common Present subtitled Energy, Economics, Environment, and Ethics took place at our faculty. Co-organizing institutions were Institute of Contemporary History of Czech Academy of Sciences, Charles University Environment Centre and Faculty of Arts, Charles University.

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2016

GRANTS:
The Faculty of Economics started to cooperate on the interesting international project Environmental Awareness as a universal European Value supported by the Visegrad Fund, in the form of the Small Grant Project. The grantee was Technical faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade. The aim of this project was reflected in continuation of cooperation between the V4 countries and Serbia in terms of the concept of sustainability and environmental protection.

The year 2019 was successful for our faculty in the national grant field too. The Faculty of economics started to cooperate on the project Spatial geometrical statistics of random sets in Euclidean spaces supported by The Czech Science Foundation (GAČR). The project was directed to basic mathematical research in this field which aims to solve topical problems of high complexity and hardness. The main research institut was Charles University in Prague.

International Projects - ongoing

Visegrad 11540386 Environmental Awareness as a universal European Value (2016, Ing. J. Vrchota, Ph.D.)


National Projects - ongoing

GAČR 16-03708/S Spatial geometrical statistics of random sets in Euclidean spaces (2016-2018, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

At the Faculty of Economics was held the 10th International Scientific Conference INPROFORUM. The topic for this year was "Threatened Europe? Socio-Economic and Environmental Changes". The conference invited almost 100 participants. Aims of the conference were to respond to the situation in Europe and instigate scholarly discourse which presents the current changes in this new context.

The 6th annual of the Our common present conference subtitled Great expectations, projects and mistakes – efforts to understand and control nature in the past and the present was held at Charles University in Prague. The conference focused on successful and unsuccessful human interventions into nature, including its historical, present and future aspects. Our faculty was partner of this project.

The 2nd annual of the Budweiser Economic Days conference was dedicated to the topics of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Agriculture. Social Entrepreneurship is one of the possible ways how to apply the social dimension of sustainable development and how to build the economy for society. Conference invited a number of practitioners.

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2015

GRANTS:
The Faculty of Economics continues in the project Land and Art as social movement and example of cultural sustainability. The project was supported by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology and the Ministry of Education.

International Projects - ongoing

COST LD14118 „Land and Art” Social Movements as Part of Cultural Sustainability of Landscape and Society (Cultural Sustainability: Socio-Economic Consequences. Concepts and Examples of Practice) (2014-2015, doc. PhDr. M. Lapka, CSc.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

The 5th annual of Our Common Present interdisciplinary conference subtitled Different Cultures, One Nature was be held at University Hradec Králové. The conference was co-organized by our faculty and Environment Center Charles University in Prague. The 9th annual of the INPROFORUM International Conference was held by our faculty. It was focused on the research achievements in the fields of Innovations, Enterprises, Regions and Organizations. The conference offered the opportunity to discuss relevant topics among academic and practicing economists. The main theme for this year was Common challenges - Different solutions - Mutual dialogue.

Science and Research Activities at the Faculty of Economics 2014

GRANTS:
The Faculty of Economics started to solve the project „Land and Art” Social Movements as Part of Cultural Sustainability of Landscape and Society (Cultural Sustainability: Socio-Economic Consequences. Concepts and Examples of Practice). The project was supported by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology and the Ministry of Education. The Faculty of Economics started to cooperate the interesting international project Introducing EU standards in Modlova: towards a new model of cooperation and planning supported by the Visegrad fund. The grantee was National Institute for Economic Research, Chisinau. The year 2014 was successful for our faculty in the national grant field. The Faculty of economics continued with solving on 5 grants supported by The Czech Science Foundation (GAČR).

International Projects - ongoing

Visegrad 21370007 Introducing EU standards in Modlova: towards a new model of cooperation and planning (2014, doc. Dr. Ing. D. Škodová Parmová)
COST LD14118 „Land and Art” Social Movements as Part of Cultural Sustainability of Landscape and Society (Cultural Sustainability: Socio-Economic Consequences. Concepts and Examples of Practice) (2014-2015, doc. PhDr. M. Lapka, CSc.)


National Projects - ongoing

GAČR P201/11/1558 Random walks and random fields in models of statistical mechanics (2011-2014, doc. Dr. Mgr. M. Biskup)
GAČR P201/11/P164 Martingale approximations and U-statistics (2011-2014*, doc. RNDr. J. Klicnarová, Ph.D.)
GAČR P404/12/0334 Factors of visitors' relation to the ambiance of attractions in vulnerable areas (2012-2014, doc. RNDr. J. Navrátil, Ph.D.)
GAČR P201/10/0472 Stochastic geometry - inhomogeneity, marking, dynamics and stereology (2010-2014, doc. RNDr. T. Mrkvička, Ph.D.)
GAČR P402/10/P344 Economic aspects of regeneration of brownfields in the South-Bohemian region (2010-2014, RNDr. Z. Dvořáková - Líšková, Ph.D.)

CONFERENCES:
The Faculty of Economics organizes or co-organizes a number of scientific conferences/events/workshops according to the research program. Topics closely connect with economics, company management and socio-economic factors of regional development. Conferences may broaden network of our scientists and help them to make themself and their research visible to a broad audience.

The international scientific conference INPROFORUM 2014 was organized by the Faculty of Economics under the auspices of the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, at the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic. The conference was focused on investment decisions at the time of recovery.

Fourth year of interdisciplinary conference Our Common Present 2014, subtitled Context of Economic Growth was held on April 17, 2014 in České Budějovice. The conference was organized by Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice; Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague; Environment Centre, Charles University; and Faculty of Education, University of Hradec Králové.

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