My package from Cambridge University Press arrived just now. The book “The History of Macroeconomics from Keynes to Lucas and Beyond” seems to be very exciting, though I could only skim through its contents. What is evident that this work is the result of a unique method and a unique approach. For example, when detailing some methodological questions with regards to Lucas’ models (it was a striking subchapter for me, because now I am working on a paper as to this problem), Prof. De Vroey also used some manuscripts (both handwritten and typed) of Lucas. I am sure this work will broaden our overall understanding on the history of contemporary macroeconomics. Review soon!