Daiga Kamerade has a PhD in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge. She is a Research Fellow at Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham, UK. She has been teaching at various universities in the UK and abroad for more than fifteen years. The focus for her research interest is third sector work force, volunteering and the effects of volunteering on employability. Daiga has strong quantitative skills and extensive experience of using large and complex data sets. In 2013 she received the Campbell Adamson Memorial Prize for the Best Research Paper from the National Council of Voluntary Associations and the Voluntary Sector Research Network in the UK. For TSI she is working on third sector impact.
Kamerāde, D., McKay, S. (2014). Is There a Subjective Well-being Premium in Voluntary Sector Employment in the UK, Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Online First.
Kamerāde, D., Ellis Paine, A. (2014). Volunteering and employability: implications for policy and practice, Voluntary Sector Review, 5(2), 259-273
Kamerāde, D. (2009) Part-time work and involvement in voluntary associations in Britain, Sociological Research Online, 14 (5).
Kamerāde, D., Burchell, B. (2004) Teleworking and Participatory Capital: Is Teleworking an Isolating or a Community Friendly Form of Work? European Sociological Review, 20 (4), 365-387.