Hmmm....quite a bit of a sensitive issue for an INTP to touch at.
For one, INTPs don't seem to have a place for anything corporate.
We're not subservient, sociable entry-level employees (like an ISFJ secretary)
We hardly abide to a chain of command, as well as implement anything with a great deal of proficiency (like an ESTJ supervisor)
And, we're not too much of an audacious visionary with ridiculously uptight work ethics (like an ENTJ boss).
However, the good thing with INTPs when it comes to crises like this that we're having is...
For one, we don't have the xxTJ paranoia. Hell, CNN can bombard us with all the negative news they can muster and our emotions will still be in neutral mode.
It's funny how everyone these days talk about the specifics of the stimulus package. The thing is, you can't stimulus package the J paranoia and to a large degree, I view the crisis as a matter of fear engulfing every paranoid J there is. Too bad there are more Js than Ps. You can't quick fix the J paranoia, period. Only a calm mind, for example, can be persuaded to do consumer spending, and at least mimimize the damage. Problem is, with the current information technology boom we're having, it's easy to propagate shock journalism.
Maybe for once, it would be a good idea to bring an INTP economic genius to a drawing board, and make him do nothing but conceptualize a new set of principles to guide the future. INTPs think more of principles than specifics, and I think the crisis just show that there's fundamentally wrong in free trade that has been overlooked. You can't draw a long term solution composed of specifics if the principles are wrong or flawed in the first place.