News from Apr 20, 2018
During her research visit at the University of Berkeley, Maria Polugodina, Research Fellow at the Institute for East European Studies, held a presentation at the Institute for European Studies. She discussed the economic effects of the breakup of East Prussia into what is today Russia, Poland and Lithuania. She hypothesizes that German imperial legacies in the form of advanced human capital, interethnic tolerance and conservative political preferences may persist in the former territories of former East Prussia.
You can find the entire talk here.