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In this review article of Backhouse and Boianovsky's book, Transforming modern macroeconomics. Exploring disequilibrium microfoundations, 1956Exploring disequilibrium microfoundations, -2003, I make the following points: (a) Backhouse and Boianovsky's too broad understanding of the disequilibrium approach results in their bringing together theories that should be kept separate. While the disequilibrium label fits the works of Patinkin, Clower and Leijonhuvud, it betrays the project of Barro anddoi:10.1080/09672567.2014.916733 fatcat:vndiz3aijnaknaf7lt5h2pm4xy