|Course Unit Code||153-0339/03|
|Number of ECTS Credits Allocated||4 ECTS credits|
|Type of Course Unit *||Compulsory|
|Level of Course Unit *||First Cycle|
|Year of Study *||First Year|
|Semester when the Course Unit is delivered||Winter Semester|
|Mode of Delivery||Face-to-face|
|Language of Instruction||Czech|
|Prerequisites and Co-Requisites ||There are no prerequisites or co-requisites for this course unit|
|Name of Lecturer(s)||Personal ID||Name|
|VRA12||doc. Ing. Iveta Vrabková, Ph.D.|
|VAV0195||PhDr. Roman Vavrek, PhD.|
|The subject deals with basic knowledge of public economics and public administration,necessary for graduates of the program Economic Policy and Administration. There are also presented topics of public economics and public administration, civil sector, public finance, public procurement, public
checks, documents and legislation in public administration.
|Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit|
|You will know
Basic theoretical bases of public economy, its core and meaning
The position of public administration as a manager of public economy
You will be able to
Distinguish organizations in non-profitable sector and the structure of organizing the public administration
Define the tools of public administration (public commisions and investitions, public support, public informatics, public control)
You will get
Basic knowledge concerning the public economy and public administration
Knowledge concerning the contentual areas of public economy and administration
|1. Public economy and policy - definitions, elementary theoretical principles, contents and concepts, relations with public economics, content and signifikance.
2. The role of the state in the economy, market failure, government failure, state intervention, form, function and typology of the state.
3. Public choice theory - object of study, importance and applications for the public sector, direct and indirect democracy (voting rules), median voter theorem.
4. Public administration as manager of public economy - the concept, function, importance, state and local administration.
5. Public administration in the broader sense, the political system, separation of powers, central government authorities.
6. The legislative process in public administration, rule of law, legal and organizational regulations, meaning legislation.
7. Institutional concept of public administration - the power to remit institutions, the principles applied in the public administration, organizational principles.
8. Public government sector - the definition, development, size and needs of the public sector, factors affecting the public sector, efficiency in the public sector.
9. Civil sector - characteristics, organization of the civil sector, sources of financing of NGOs.
10. Public finances - public budgets, budget structure and budget process, public revenue and expenditure, international public finance, the EU budget.
11. Public investment and public support.
12. Public contracts and concessions - application public investment in public economy, public support, public projects, public contracts (meaning, assumptions and application, methods).
13. Public informatics - objectives and priorities of the state information policy, information systems of public administration, public information system, local information systems, free access to information, the specifics of information in public administration.
14. Public check - type of check, public check, internal check and its organization, financial check, the Supreme Audit Office, the central government check, and its institutions.
|Recommended or Required Reading|
|AUERBACH, A. J., FELDSTEIN, M. (2006). Handbook of Public Economics – Volume II. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1106 s. ISBN 0-444-87908-0.
HINDRIKS, J., MYLES, G.D. (2006). Intermediate Public Economics. Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Cambridge. ISBN 9780262083447.
HILLMAN, A. L. 2009. Public Finance and Public Policy: Responsibilities and Limitations of Government. Second Ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009, 859 s. ISBN 978-0-521-49426-7.
|HALÁSEK, D. Veřejná ekonomika. 3 přepracované a doplněné vydání. Dolní Životice: Optys. 2012.
MERIČOVÁ MIKUŠOVÁ B.; STEJSKAL, J. Teorie a praxe veřejné ekonomiky. Praha: Wolters Kluwer, 2014.
|ROSENBLOOM, D. H., KRAVCHUK, R. S., CLERKIN, R. M. (2009). Public Administration: Understanding Management, Politics and Law in the Public Sector. 6th Ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 557 s. ISBN 978-007-126381-8.|
|OCHRANA, F.; PAVEL, J.; VÍTEK, L. a kol. Veřejný sektor a veřejné finance. Financování nepodnikatelských a podnikatelských aktivit. Praha: Grada, 2010.
PEKOVÁ, J. Veřejné finance - úvod do problematiky. Praha: Wolters Kluwer, 2014.
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