Sylvie Kotíková

Sylvie Kotíková
Technical University of Liberec | TUL · Department of Economics

Doctor of Business Administration

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Introduction
I obtained my Ph.D. in the field of Management and Economy of Businesses. I studied during my Ph.D. studies at the University of St. Gallen and in France at the Université Nice Sophia Antipolis. I am a member of the Department of Economics and Management at the UJEP University, where I am the guarantor of the subject Basics of Economics for Social Work. I am an assistant professor at the Department of Economics at the Technical University of Liberec.
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September 2016 - July 2022
Jan Evangelista Purkyně University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • I am a member of the Department of Economics and Management, where I am the guarantor of the subject Basics of Economics for Social Work. I teach Microeconomics and Macroekonomics. My research focuses on the issue of direct international investments and the setting of investment incentives and other forms of public support of capital localisation, incl. the entrepreneurial activities development. These issues are currently, more than ever, being accented in connection to the economic downturn.
Education
February 2014 - November 2017

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Publications (19)
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The paper describes the responses of national economics to the spread of pandemic COVID-19 in year 2020. As a result of economic and social interconnectedness and dependency of countries, the actions are mutually influential in a great extend. The economic impacts are analysed from macroeconomic perspective, demonstrating the effects on important e...
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The paper analyses the economic impacts of the pandemic COVID-19 with an emphasis on FDI. The paper evaluates the attitudes of governments towards a crisis and the effects on the stages of economic cycle in the Investment Development Path theory. The important role of investment incentives and the role of investment promotion agencies to support bu...
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The Czech business environment is considered a successful recipient of strategic foreign capital but are the Czech regions able to effectively absorb and use the foreign presence to develop their business environment? The aim of this article is to determine the extent of which the Czech business environment is able to benefit from the investment in...
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Within the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Visegrad countries are considered to be the most attractive destinations for foreign investors. This paper examines the impact of the structural distribution of FDI inflows on national productivity in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. The basic research question is: how the int...
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Internationalisation is an increasingly common strategy for all types of companies across sectors, especially for tourism and destination management. The paper aims to evaluate the effectiveness of the current setting of marketing promotion of selected economies in the global market. The cost benefit analysis method compares the costs of individual...
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The size of technology gap is one determinant of indirect spillover effects from FDI. Whether and to what extent FDI inflows generate positive spillovers affecting productivity growth of host country firms depends on several factors, including the degree of FP and the position of local and foreign businesses. The FDI index we created, follows the d...
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This paper provides an analysis of the impacts of immigration from countries outside the European Union on domestic unemployment rates of Austria, Czech Republic, Germany and Poland based on gender and age of immigrants. Using Eurostat data from 1998 to 2014, data analysis and regression functions with constant coefficients for every analysed count...
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The aim is to identify differences in spillovers between regions within the economy of the Czech Republic. Based on the choice of spillover effect determinants and a shift-share analysis, a regional spillovers indicator has been constructed. It was discovered the differences in the sizes of spillovers between the regions are increasing over time, w...
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The technology gap is one of key determinants of spillovers. This paper aims to quantify the size of the technology gap between foreign direct investments, which received investment incentives and business environment in six regions of the Czech Republic in time series of 2002-2014. The development of regional technology gap was determined by using...

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