Dec 1: DOMINIQUE STRAUSS-KAHN on the IMF and the financial crisis

Part 1, December 1 2008: Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, talks to Chrystia Freeland, US managing editor, about the role of the IMF in the current economic climate. He discusses the IMF's voting quotas and their schedule for revision, as well as why the IMF is poised to help its 185 member countries through the crisis. Mr Strauss-Kahn also talks about emerging markets and how they are suffering not only from the economic downturn, but also from the rise in food prices. In addition, he discusses the IMF's recent activities in Iceland, Hungary, Ukraine and Pakistan. Next week, Rick Waddell of Northern Trust. If you have a question for Mr Waddell, please email it to the link below.