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The response by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) (and developing country national governments) to the current global financial crisis represents a moment of what I term 'productive incoherence', which has displaced the constraining 'neoliberal coherence' of the past several decades. Productive incoherence refers to the proliferation of inconsistent and even contradictory strategies and statements by the IMF that to date have not congealed into any sort of new, organised regime. Those whodoi:10.1093/cje/ber012 fatcat:gkiwswbgp5hcjgmbfnuxzmt42i