Detlev is an author and Austrian School Economist. His first book 'Paper Money Collapse - The Folly of Elastic Money and the Coming Monetary Breakdown' was published in September 2011. Mr Schlichter has appeared as a commentator on television and radio while his editorials have been published by The Wall Street Journal, TheStreet.com and mises.org. He is also a senior fellow at the Cobden Centre, London, a free-market think tank devoted to issues of money and banking.
Detlev has a 19-year career in investment management, having worked at J.P. Morgan & Co, Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and Western Asset Management Co. He has overseen billions in assets under management for institutional clients but left the industry in 2009 to focus on his first book.
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