State Doctoral Examination
Final Doctoral Examination Instructions
A student who fulfills all requirements for applying to take his/her Final Doctoral Exam should appear in a student office during working hours and submit :
- Completed State Doctoral Examination Application Form (application form [doc])
- Study Advisor’s (Supervisor’s) Final Report on the study and research activity of the Candidate (signed by the study advisor). The Report should be created by a Study Advisor (Supervisor) together with the doctoral student and should include the doctoral studies so far,example [doc]
- List of publications (signed by both the PhD student and Supervisor) example [doc]
- Submit three (3) bound copies of the dissertation thesis (extent: 40 pages) signed by the PhD student. Before submitting, the text must be approved by the Supervisor.
- One copy of the dissertation should be sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The PhD student must submit all materials at least 4 weeks before the State Doctoral Exam (SDZ).
|Department of Logistics|
|Department of Marketing|
|Department of Strategy|
|Department of Human Resource Management|
|Department of Entrepreneurship||20. 11. 2019||9:00||RB 359||Diener|
|Department of Management|
|Department of Managerial Psychology and Sociology|
|Department of Microeconomics|
Topics of State Doctoral Examination
- Management and Managerial Economics [PDF] (course 3SDZCZ) valid from January 2020 (it concerns students entering in 2020 and beyond).
- Business Economics and Management [PDF], valid from January 1st 2013
- new topics for subject Business Economics for students who began studying in 2014 or later are:
1. Logic and intuition in strategic thinking.
2. Profitability and responsibility. The purpose of existence of a company. Defining the basic strategic considerations.
3. Business opportunities generated by markets and by internal resources.
4. Independence of business units and corporate synergies as a whole.
5. Competition and cooperation between organizations in the markets. Cooperative strategies, game theory from a business perspective.
6. Deliberateness and emergence in strategy formation.
7. Revolutionary and evolutionary view of strategic change.
8. Exploitation and exploration in strategic innovations.
9. Compliance and choice within the industry context.
10. Control and chaos within the organizational context.
11. Globalization and localization.
- Economics [PDF] valid from January 1st 2013