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social policy is part of economic policy in this study. Social policy affects everyone’s life. It contributes to the quality of life to a greater or lesser extent. Quality of life includes a subjective and also an objective component. The objective component of quality of life consists of measurable economic, social, health and environmental characteristics. In economic terms, our interest is to find out the income situation of households, income inequality, number of households living in material and financial deprivation and also indicators of poverty and social

I Introduction Digitization has triggered profound structural change that affects almost all areas of our life. In this respect, sometimes it is spoken about a digital revolution. This change poses new challenges for companies ( Crane, 2013 ), consumers, as well as for politics and society ( Šmejkal, 2012 ). Competition is the central driver of digital change. At the same time, digitization is intensifying competition in many areas and economic activity is changing in many ways. In almost every transaction today is involved a computer (and thus a digital process

the “tree” of the problems), analysis, determining the causes of the problem (its components), as well as developing alternative solutions to the problem (the development of a list of measures, elaboration of a targeted integrated program for resolution, etc.). III Analysis of the revealed problems Let us turn to the analysis of the revealed problems. It was noted above that in our country, in almost all spheres of life, significant changes have taken place in the last three decades. Not without crises, both economic and political. The Orange Revolution of 2004, the

Governmental Assembly did not come to life it could be present in the mentioned upper-level coordination; in this paper it is presented as the Centre of Government (CoG), is not only a technical, administrative support for the Prime Minister, but more and more has also a regulatory-coordinative, policy role. The term centre of government (CoG) refers to the organisations and units that serve the Chief Executive (President or Prime Minister, and the Cabinet collectively) and perform certain crosscutting functions (strategic management, policy coordination, monitoring and

solving and legal pre-conditions were created for a broader application of mediation. Mediation was however not promoted and no instruments leading to better awareness of this alternative option were available. The EU adopted the Directive 2008/52/EC of the European Parliament and the Council on certain aspects of mediation in civil and commercial matters in 2008. This document binds the member countries to create the conditions for effective use of mediation, support and ensuring mediation quality, support the training for mediators, ensure mediation confidentiality

these markets often not being able to play effectively. Some economic peculiarities of internet business models often lead to an oligopolistic competitive structure, which can have a negative impact on the functioning of competition ( Svoboda, Munková, Kindl, 2012 ). While the sphere of influence of the dominant internet platforms encompasses more and more areas of life, their enormous importance is only slowly gaining in the awareness of other circles of society, economy and science. The largely invisible big data machinery is moving largely under the radar of state

development of the states involved. This means that neither model is suitable to serve as a common EU model. The CBIT model is especially appropriate for states having an open economy, a large international sector, and sizable exports of sophisti- cated products and services. Sweden, having an export sector amounting to 50 per cent of GDP, is especially mentioned in the study as the EU country that would profit most by introducing the CBIT model; it should lead to clear welfare gains, a higher quality of in- vestments, greater productivity, and better international