|Author:||Mgr. Petra Konečná|
|Year:||2014 - winter|
|Leaders:|| prof. Ing. Lubomír Mlčoch CSc.
|Work type:|| Finance, Financial Markets and Banking
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|Abstract:||This master thesis focuses on social business and its influence in economy. Social business as a tool to solve social problems is approximated by development aid as its subset
and by human rights violations as related social problems. Human rights open a discussion of their relationship to economics and consequently development. The empirical part tests whether human rights are affected by a distribution of
development aid to different sectors, namely social and economic infrastructure and services and production sectors. The panel data analysis of 30 least developed countries in three regions according to the Human Development Index over a period 2005 to 2001 brings results that flows of official development aid to the economic infrastructure and services significantly drives human rights violations.