Dexter Whitfield is Adjunct Associate Professor at the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute, Flinders University, Adelaide.
He has a unique, extensive track record of research, policy analysis and strategic advice to public bodies, trade unions and community organisations (www.european-services-strategy.org.uk).
Dexter Whitfield seminar
Dexter gave a talk on Capitalist dynamics reconfiguring the state: alternatives to privatising public services at The University of Nottingham on Wednesday 16 September 2015.
A recording of his talk from the event is available via the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSJG) website.
Fingers in the PFI by Dexter Whitfield in Red Pepper, April 2013
'Public sector workers must work together to prevent privatisation' by Dexter Whitfield in The Guardian, 8th December 2011
The UK Social Policy Association has given Dexter their Award for Outstanding Contribution from a Non-Academic. This award celebrates his work in campaigning, research and advocacy for fairer UK state services over 40 years and, in particular, his defence of welfare services against privatisation and marketisation.
Select Committees recommend sharing PFI equity profits and criticise use of tax havens - Dexter Whitfield, ESSU
'This could lead to the private sector taking full control of NHS hospitals' by Dexter Whitfield in The Press , January 27th 2011.