Research & Writing
Professor Schug often speaks and writes about economic and financial education, market-based reforms in education, and issues in urban school districts.
He has conducted policy studies for state and national organizations.
Teaching Economics in Troubled Times
co-edited with Bill Wood and published by Routledge Press
Available at Amazon.com
Economic Episodes in American History
co-authored with Bill Wood and published by Wohl publishing
Social Education Guest Co-Editor
Mark is the guest co-editor of the 2011 March/April issue of Social Education with Mary Suiter and Bill Wood. The section is called "Inside the Fed" and features a lead article by Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
- The Fed and the Constitution: Too Much Independence?
by Mary C. Suiter and Mark C. Schug, M.C.
Quantitative Easing and the Fed: Ghost Story II
by M. Schott Niederjohn, Mark C. Schug and William C. Wood.
- Who Will Stimulate the
Economic Recovery: A Ghost Story
by M. Scott Niederjohn, Mark C. Schug, and William C. Wood
- Are High School Economics Teachers the Same as Other Social Studies Teachers? The Results of a National Survey
by Mark C. Schug, David A. Dieterle, and J.R. Clark
- Schug, M. C., & Niederjohn, N. S. (2011) Teacher Licensure in Wisconsin - Who is Protected: Parents or the Education Establishment?
To see Mark's latest policy studies, go the www.wpri.org.
Mark has been the guest co-editor of seven issues of Social Education, the flagship journal of the National Council for the Social Studies.
Mark has published over 110 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
- Social Education
- The Social Studies