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Teacher(s): Borsekova Kamila, doc., Ing., PhD.
Korimová Gabriela, prof. PaedDr., PhD.
Štrangfeldová Jana, doc., Ing., PhD.
Aim: After completion of the course, the student can: 1. use the acquired knowledge in practical solving of the problems at a lower level of decision making in public services 2. search for, process and analyze data on public services, their economic essence, structure, financing, etc. 3. apply critical analysis in evaluation of relationships of individual branches of public services and confront public services theory with the real functioning of public services 4. evaluate long term tendencies and trends in the development of individual branches of public services 5. evaluate the possibilities of exploitation of the acquired theoretical knowledge in practice 6. create conception materials for decision making at a lower and middle level of management  

More information about this course you can find in lms system Moodle 2