Jana Šimrová, Miroslav Barták, Radovan Vojtíšek, Vladimír Rogalewicz
Lung cancer is the most frequently diagnosed oncologic disease worldwide. It is annually diagnosed in nearly 1.4 million patients. It is also the most frequent cause of cancer related deaths. In the Czech Republic, lung cancer
occupies a leading position both in the rate of incidence and the mortality rate.
Kristína Pompurová, Ivana Šimočková
According to World Travel & Tourism Council, in 2011, tourism generated 9.1% of global GDP and its total impact of 8.3% of world employment makes it the world’s leading job sustainers with almost 255 million jobs created.
Despite a considerable tourism potential of Slovakia, its economic benefits are significantly lower (tourism generated 6% of GDP and 5.8% of total employment, which ranks it at 71st place from 181 countries according to WTTC).
Beáta Mikušová Meričková, Renáta Halásková
One of the conditions for an operating economy is the social appeasement. Massive income disparities can have negative impact on economy. The social appeasement must be obtained by the income transfers between members of society realised in through the public finance system.