Since the International Monetary Fund's head resigned, a sharp divide has emerged about who should be the next managing director. One camp is arguing for someone from an emerging country. Others say Europeans should keep hold, at least until Europe's financial woes wane. Host Michel Martin speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Sudeep Reddy, who has been closely following the situation at the IMF.
What Does The IMF Do, Who Should Drive It?
By NPR Staff • May 23, 2011