Hodnocení přínosu programu SROP pro rozvoj vybraných krajů ČR
Evaluation of a Contribution of JROP to Development of Selected Czech Regions
diplomová práce [DEFENDED]
- Kvalifikační práce 
Faculty / Institute
Faculty of Science
Department of Social Geography and Regional Develop.
Date of defense
25. 9. 2008
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3. Abstract The Czech Republic became a member of the European Union in 2004. As a member state none of whose NUTS II regions (except Prague) reaches the level of 75 % of the European annual per capita Gross Domestic Product, it has the opportunity to receive support from Structural Funds under the terms of Objective 1, whereby the largest volume of finance is being provided. The Joint Regional Development Programme is one of the programmes set up during the first programming period (2004 - 2006) in the Czech Republic. The programme differs from others in its field of activity because it combines infrastructure, human resources, information technology, tourism and small and middle enterprises, whereas each of the rest of the programmes specializes in just one sector. The total funds withdrawn from the European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund amount to €60,2 million. The main purpose of this study is to explore the level of cohesion between the programme results and the needs and problems of the less developed NUTS III regions in the Czech Republic (Olomoucký, Moravskoslezský, Ústecký and Karlovarský). The second part of the analysis concentrates on the results of the programme at the state level. The aim is to determine how succesful the programme was and whether there are sectors of the...