Elliot Schreur

Policy Analyst, Asset Building Program

Elliot Schreur was a policy analyst with the Asset Building Program at New America between 2013 and 2015. He provided research and analysis on a range of policy areas relating to the economic advancement of low- and middle-income American households. In particular, he focuses on tax policy and retirement security.


Before joining New America, Mr. Schreur worked for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and was involved with efforts to promote gender equality at the state level with the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. Mr. Schreur holds a Master’s Degree in public policy with a concentration in philosophy and social policy from the George Washington University and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Richmond.

All Work

ASSET BUILDING
Fifty Years into the War on Poverty, the New Battle is for Economic Mobility

Research shows that just helping certain people edge over the poverty line isn’t enough to break the cycle of poverty.


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The Federal Budget Widens the Racial Wealth Gap

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Upcoming Webinar: Finding Solutions to Address the Racial Wealth Gap through the Federal Budget

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New Paper: Building Assets Through Free Tax Prep

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St. Louis Fed Announces Call for Papers on the Balance Sheets of younger Americans

ASSET BUILDING
How to Make the American Dream More than Just a Dream

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Half in Ten Campaign Releases Annual Report on Poverty Indicators

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The Future of Fair Housing and the Promise of Local Journalism

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Behavioral Insights into Tax Time Savings from CSD’s Tax Filing Experiment

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Lessons on Tax-Time Savings from the 2013 NCTC National Conference

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What Do the Poverty Numbers Mean?

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Congressman Serrano Announces Intention to Introduce Financial Security Credit in House