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Reflection of the Czechoslovak Monetary Policy in the thoughts and writings of German-speaking Economist that worked at the Charles-Ferdinand University during 1918 – 1938
Název práce v češtině:
Název v anglickém jazyce: Reflection of the Czechoslovak Monetary Policy in the thoughts and writings of German-speaking Economist that worked at the Charles-Ferdinand University during 1918 – 1938
Akademický rok vypsání: 2014/2015
Typ práce: diplomová práce
Jazyk práce: angličtina
Ústav: Institut ekonomických studií (23-IES)
Vedoucí / školitel: PhDr. Jaromír Baxa, Ph.D.
Řešitel: skrytý - zadáno vedoucím/školitelem
Datum přihlášení: 24.05.2015
Datum zadání: 24.05.2015
Zásady pro vypracování
There is no literature in the Czech republic that would be interested in the contribution of German speaking economists to the overall Czech economic thinking. The thesis want to fill this gap and to open this topic and so leave a space for further research.

Main questions:

1. What was the attitude of German speaking economists to the monetary politics of Czechoslovak First Republic?
2. Can we distinguish between “Rašín’s” and “English’s” conceptions in the thoughts of German speaking economists?
3. What is the reason for their attitudes and could this influence their lecturing?
Seznam odborné literatury
ENGLÄNDER, Oskar. Die Devalvation der tschechoslowakischen Krone im Jahre 1934 . Jena: G. Fischer, 1936
ENGLÄNDER, Oskar. Wechselkurse, internationaler Handel, Währungs-politik. Brünn: Rudolf M. Rohrer, 1933
AMONN, Alfred. Währungsreform in der Tschechoslovakei und in Sowjet-Russland. München: Duncker & Humblot, 1924
KRAUS, Oskar. Die Werttheorien : Geschichte und Kritik. Wien: Rudolf M. Rohrer, 1937
MÜLLER, Hugo. Zwei tschechische Schriften über Währungsreform. Schmollers Jahrbuch für Gesetzgebung, Verwaltung und Volkswirtschaft. 1926, (50,2.1926). ISSN 0036-6234
SCHRANIL, Rudolf. Gutachten zur tschechoslowakischen Verwaltungsreform. Praha: Prager Juristischen Zeitschrift, 1927
SPITALER, Armin Egon Hilbert. Die Ursachen der Weltwirtschaftskrise und die Möglichkeiten ihrer Milderung. Reichenberg: Gebrüder Stiepel Gesellschaft, 1931
Předběžná náplň práce
The first half of the twentieth century belongs to the important periods of modern economic history. The First World War, the collapse of the Central Powers, emergence of the successor states and their need to accommodate to the new economic situation, the Great Depression and finally the economy of World War II – that all contributed significantly to the development of economic thinking. It is the period of formation economic theories that influenced next generations of economists.
Similar holds also for the Czech economic area although there are few specifics that should be taken into consideration. After the disintegration of Austria-Hungary, significant minority of German speaking economists stayed and worked there. The thoughts and work of this minority have not been paid enough attention yet. The thesis aims to fill this gap and it focuses particularly on the reflection of economic problems of Czechoslovakia in the work of German speaking economists.


1. Introduction
2. Monetary politics of Czechoslovak republic in 1918 – 1938
3. Tradition of German speaking economists at the Charles-Ferdinand University
4. The schools of thoughts of German speaking economists at the Charles-Ferdinand University
4.1. The Theory of Money and Values
4.2. Currency reform in 1918
4.3. Great Depression
5. Czech monetary policy in the course of history
6. Conclusion
Předběžná náplň práce v anglickém jazyce
The first half of the twentieth century belongs to the important periods of modern economic history. The First World War, the collapse of the Central Powers, emergence of the successor states and their need to accommodate to the new economic situation, the Great Depression and finally the economy of World War II – that all contributed significantly to the development of economic thinking. It is the period of formation economic theories that influenced next generations of economists.
Similar holds also for the Czech economic area although there are few specifics that should be taken into consideration. After the disintegration of Austria-Hungary, significant minority of German speaking economists stayed and worked there. The thoughts and work of this minority have not been paid enough attention yet. The thesis aims to fill this gap and it focuses particularly on the reflection of economic problems of Czechoslovakia in the work of German speaking economists.


1. Introduction
2. Monetary politics of Czechoslovak republic in 1918 – 1938
3. Tradition of German speaking economists at the Charles-Ferdinand University
4. The schools of thoughts of German speaking economists at the Charles-Ferdinand University
4.1. The Theory of Money and Values
4.2. Currency reform in 1918
4.3. Great Depression
5. Czech monetary policy in the course of history
6. Conclusion
 
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