The line outside an employment office in Madrid last October. Spain's economy has been among the hardest hit in Europe.
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August 14, 2013 A hopeful-sounding GDP report led to headlines declaring that Europe's economy is over. But much more evidence is needed before that conclusion can be reached, say the experts who study economies' ups and downs.
November 29, 2012 Fewer babies now means fewer working-age people a few decades from now. And that means less support for Medicare, Social Security and other programs.
Elinor Ostrom in January 2011.
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June 12, 2012 Her work on commonly managed property was honored. In 2009, she told NPR about how as a young woman she wasn't allowed to study trigonometry because it was thought she would be "barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen." She died today. Ostrom was 78.
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