Coastal Carolina University Documents

Coastal Carolina University publishes a variety of documents, possibly including financial statements, public relations brochures, strategic plans, and information for future students, current students, faculty & staff, and the community.

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    South Carolina public school opinion survey : an analysis of parents' opinion on school start dates and year round school : report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2004-08) Christia, Jerome; Coastal Carolina University. Center for Economic and Community Development
    This report is developed to provide a detailed, descriptive, and analytical presentation of public opinions on preferences for public school start schedules and length of school terms. This study presents an accurate and reliable measurement of South Carolina parents' views on public school start dates and year-round versus traditional school calendars.
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    The Aquatic & Fitness Center of North Myrtle Beach : an economic impact study
    (South Carolina State Library, 2006) Wachsman, Yoav; Coastal Carolina University. Center for Economic and Community Development
    The study presented here attempts to enumerate the economic benefits and costs from building an Aquatic and Fitness Center in the city of North Myrtle Beach. The report provides basic policy suggestions based on the analysis.
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    A business analysis of LYMO : preliminary report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2009-01-08) Wachsman, Yoav; Sloan, Joshua; Coastal Carolina University. Center for Economic and Community Development
    The objective of this report is to examine LYMO’s business model as well as LYMO’s costs and benefits for Horry County. The report focuses on two of LYMO’s services, general transportation and health transportation, and makes basic policy recommendations for each service.
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    Policy watch
    (South Carolina State Library, 2013-11-05) Coastal Carolina University. Center for Economic and Community Development
    Policy Watch will focus on issues of economic policy and targets an audience seeking relevant, concise information grounded in sound economic theory.
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    Policy watch
    (South Carolina State Library, 2012-06-18) Coastal Carolina University. Center for Economic and Community Development
    Policy Watch will focus on issues of economic policy and targets an audience seeking relevant, concise information grounded in sound economic theory.