Daniel Baturina completed his graduate studies in Sociology with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb in the year 2010, and his undergraduate studies in Sociology with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Split in the year 2008.
He currently works as an Assistant Professor with the Department for Social Policy at the University of Zagreb. Since 2014 he has been employed as an Assistant/Junior Researcher on the EU FP7 project TSI (Third Sector Impact). As a researcher, he also participates in the project International Comparative Social Enterprise Models – ICSEM. From 2011-2014 he was employed as an Assistant/Junior Researcher with the EU FP7 project WILCO (Welfare Innovations at Local Level in favour of Cohesion).
He is a member of the ISTR (International Society for Third Sector Research), EMES Research Network, European Sociological Association, Croatia Sociological Association, CERANEO – Centre for Development of Non-Profit Organizations, and the Croatian Network of Evaluators.
His research interests include: civil society and the third sector, social policy, social innovations and social entrepreneurship.