Research & Writing

AUTHOR

Mark is a senior consultant to HMH Economics, a 2018 high school economics text published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and co-author of Houghton Mifflin Social Studies (2005).

He has conducted policy studies for state and national organizations.

LATEST BOOKS

Teachers Can Be Financially Fit: Economists’ Advice for Educators (2020)

Co-authored with Tawni Ferrarini, M. Scott Niederjohn, and William C. Wood

 

Published by Springer

 

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Economic Episodes in American History, Second Edition (2018)
Co-authored with Tawni Ferrarini, M. Scott Niederjohn, and William C. Wood

Published by Wohl Publishing

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Teaching Economics in Troubled Times (2011)
Co-edited with William C. Wood

 

Published by Routledge Press
 

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CO-EDITOR

Social Education

 

Mark is the guest co-editor of the 2019 March/April issue of Social Education with Bill Wood. The section is called "Making Economics Cool with Hot Issues." It featured a lead article by Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve. Mark has been the guest co-editor of 11 issues of Social Education, the flagship journal of the National Council for the Social Studies.

RECENT ARTICLES

Scott Wolla, Mark C. Schug, and William Wood. The Economics of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Social Education, March April 2019.

M. Scott Niederjohn, Mark C. Schug, and William Wood, Ghost Story VI: John Williams Meets Paul Samuelson and Milton Friedman. Social Education, March April 2019.

Mark has published over 125 articles which have appeared in several national journals including: 

  • Business Education Forum 

  • International Journal of Social Education 

  • Journal of Economic Education 

  • Journal of Economics and Finance Education 

  • Journal of Private Enterprise 

  • Kappan 

  • Social Education 

  • The Social Studies