Dr. Jerry K. Slice
Professor of Economics and Business Administration
B.S., Clemson University
M.S., Ph.D., Mississippi State University
Joined PC Faculty: 1989
Principles of Microeconomics;
Principles of Macroeconomics;
Capitalism: Foundations and Function;
Areas of Specialty
Microeconomics, international economics, environmental economics
Regional Advisory Commission to State Board of Economic Advisors, 2001-present
Attends USC Economic Outlook Conference and UNCW Teaching Economics Conference annually
Community Service Activities include:
Laurens County Senior Options, Laurens County SC Humane Society, Community Outreach and College Connection of First Presbyterian Church
Publications and Professional Development
Slice and Lipford. “Adam Smith’s Roles for Government and Contemporary U.S. Government Roles: Is the Welfare State Crowding Out Government’s Basic Functions?” The Independent Review 11, no. 4:485-501.
Slice, Lipford, and Yandle, “South Carolina’s Jocassee Gorges–Private Vice or Public Virtue?” PERC Research Study RS 02-2, Political Economy Research Center, Bozeman, MT. Presented to Association of Private Enterprise Education Conference, April 2004.
Slice and Malone. “Marketing Alternatives for Broilers of Various Sizes” and “The Relative Profitability of Producing Broilers of Various Weights” MAFES Publications, 1986.
Wye Faculty Fellow, sponsored by The Aspen Institute, 2005.
Canoeing and kayaking