Balderson, U., Burchell, B., Kamerāde, D., et al. (2021) “‘Just the freedom to get good at things and stuff like that’: reflections on how less time at work may improve social and individual wellbeing” (under review at revise and resubmit stage).
Kamerāde, D. , Wang, S., Besa, I., Burchell B., et al. (2021) “A longitudinal study comparing impact of reduced working hours, furlough, and no paid work on workers’ mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic” (under review).
Soffia M, Wood AJ, and Burchell B. (2021) “Alienation Is Not ‘Bullshit’: An Empirical Critique of Graeber’s Theory of BS Jobs”. Work, Employment and Society. doi:10.1177/09500170211015067
Wang, S., Kamerāde, D., Burchell, B. et al. (2021) “All job quality matters more than job quantity for employees’ mental health: an analysis of the 2015 European Working Conditions Survey” (under review at revise and resubmit stage).
Wang, S., Coutts, A., Burchell, B., Kamerāde, D., and Balderson, U. (2021) “Can active labour market programmes emulate the mental health benefits of regular paid employment? Longitudinal evidence from the United Kingdom”, Work, Employment and Society. doi: doi.org/10.1177/0950017020946664
Burchell, B., Reuschke, D., and Zhang, M. (2020) “Spatial and temporal segmenting of urban workplaces: the gendering of multi-locational working”, Urban Studies. doi: doi.org/10.1177/0042098020903248
Balderson, U., Wang, S., Burchell, B., Kamerade, D., Coutts A. P. (2020) “An exploration of the multiple motivations for spending less time at work.” Time and Society, Vol. 30 (1).
Wang, S., Coutts, A. P., Burchell, B., Kamerade, D., Balderson, U. (2020) “Can Active Labour Market Programmes Emulate the Mental Health Benefits of Regular Paid Employment? Longitudinal Evidence from the United Kingdom.” Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 35 (3)
Kamerade, D., Wang, S., Brendan, B., Balderson, U. and Coutts, A. (2019) “A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being?”, Social, Science & Medicine, Vol. 241. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.06.006.
Conference papers and workshops
Kamerāde, D. Two presentations on Employment Dosage project for the Vocational Rehabilitation Association.
“Hay que reducir la jornada de trabajo” (Spanish: We have to reduce the working day) plenary talk, Employment Quality Observatory, University of Chile, Dec 2018.
“Employment is good, but you only need a snack, not a banquet.” Plenary talk, annual conference of the University of the Third Age, Cambridge, January 2019.
“‘I just don’t wanna work all the time’: understanding decision making in transitions to reduced hour working schedules,” ESA Conference, Manchester, August 2019.
“A shorter working week for everyone? Possible implications for wellbeing, mental health and quality of life”, SASE Annual Meeting, New York, USA.
“How much or little work is good for you? A shorter working week, well-being and mental health”, ESA Conference, Manchester, August 2019.
“Intensificación del trabajo y bienestar de los trabajadores” (Spanish: Labour intensification and the wellbeing of workers) 6 December 2018. Faculty Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Chile, Dec 2018.
“Let’s reduce working hours! A solution to losing jobs to machine learning and robotics” Centre for Pluralist Economics, Anglia Ruskin, 6 February 2019.
“The future of work: quality vs quantity of paid work” Cumberland House, Windsor, March 2019.
“Future of work after automation: towards a five-day weekend society!” Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, May 2019.
“Work and recommended weekly allowances” Sutton Trust summer school, July 2019.
Burchell, B., Wang, S., Kamerāde, D., Bessa, I. and Rubery, J. (2020) “Cut Hours, Not People: No Work, Furlough, Short Hours and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the UK”, CBR WP 521.
Kamerāde, D., Balderson, U., Burchell, B., Wang, S. and Coutts, A. (2020) “Shorter Working Week and Workers’ Well-being and Mental Health”, CBR WP 522.
Kamerāde, D., Balderson, U., Burchell, B., Wang, S., & Coutts, A. (2021) Shorter working week and workers’ well-being and mental health. In M. Müller & C. Reiff (eds.), Arbeitszeit: Rahmenbedingungen – Ambivalenzen – Perspektiven (In German: Working time: Frameworks – Ambivalences- Perspectives). Austrian Trade Union confederation
Other publications (eg book reviews, pamphlets, blogs)
Kamerāde, D. An article on Employment Dosage project in Insights publication (from the Understanding Society Survey) (forthcoming in 2021).
User contacts consultancy and advice given (paid or unpaid)
Kamerāde, D., Burchell, B., Wang, S., Balderson, U., & Coutts, A. (2021) Employment and mental health: towards a shorter standard working week. Paper presented at the Insights 2021 /Understanding Society Survey impact event, Online.