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Daiga Kamerade

Research Associate

Daiga is a Research Associate at the CBR and a Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Research Methods and Research Lead at the University of Salford. She was awarded a MPhil and a PhD from the University of Cambridge for her studies on how working conditions affects workers’ engagement in civic and political activities. Daiga is a work and employment researcher who combines sociological and psychological perspectives. Her research focuses on work, employment, well-being and civic participation and covers many European countries. She has an expertise in quantitative research methods and has been involved in data collection and analysis consultancy work for numerous private and public sector organisations.

Daiga’s current research project, conducted in collaboration with colleagues from CBR, examines what is the minimum number of working hours needed in order to gain mental wellbeing benefits from paid work and at what number of working hours the mental health benefits of work are at their highest. 

Selected publications

Kamerāde, D., Wang, S., Burchell, B., Balderson, S. U., & Coutts, A. (2019), "A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being?" Social Science & Medicine.

Connelly, L., Kamerāde, D., Saunders, T. (2018), "Violent and non-violent crimes against sex workers: The influence of the sex market on reporting practices", Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Kamerāde, D., & Richardson, H. (2018), "Gender segregation, underemployment and subjective well-being in the UK labour market", Human Relations, 71(2), 285-309.

Kamerāde, D., Bennett, M. (2018), "Rewarding work: cross-national differences in benefits, volunteering during unemployment, well-being and mental health". Work, Employment and Society, 32(1), 38-56. 

Contact details

Room L520 Allerton
Frederick Road
Salford
Manchester M6 6PU
UK

Email: d.kamerade-hanta@salford.ac.uk

View Daiga's full profile on the University of Salford website