BOULDER, Colo. –

University of Colorado professors and economic experts will discuss toxic assets and the current economic crisis during a panel discussion on campus Tuesday.

The discussion, titled “Toxic Assets and Executive Excess: How Can We Get Out of This Financial and Economic Mess?”, will take place from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. in Room S125-S127 of the Koelbel Building, 995 Regent Drive.

Panelists include: Sanjai Bhagat, professor of finance; Pete McGraw, assistant professor of marketing; Nathalie Moyen, associate professor of finance; Frank Selto, chairman of accounting division; and Rich Wobbekind, associate dean for MBA and Enterprise programs. Dennis Ahlburg, dean of the Leeds School of Business, will serve as moderator.

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