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This was accompanied by a notable shift from paid employment to selfemployment. Unfortunately, the proportion of larger small firms and mediumsized enterprises (50–200 employees in EU terms), often seen as the source of innovative ideas and products and a vital link in the supply chains of larger enterprises, actually dropped over the same period. By 1991, Graham Bannock calculated that 55 per cent of all enterprises were sole proprietorships, 25 per cent were partnerships and just 19 per cent were incorporated (NatWest Review of Small Business Trends, June 1996).

In the manufacturing sector, which includes a lot of dynamic and growing small firms, evidence suggests that the most dynamic employ between one and two dozen people (SBRT, 1986: no. 4). The best job creators among firms which sought enterprise agency support were those employing 11–20 people (BiC, 1987). Analysis of data from the credit rating agency, Dun and Bradstreet, indicates that, while British firms employing 11–19 are very active, very few are likely to grow into the 20–49 employee size band (Doyle and Gallagher, 1986).

In 1986, a specially enhanced version of the NEP—the Graduate Enterprise Programme (GEP) —was introduced to encourage graduates to consider a career in self-employment. Many trainees who completed the course did not start their proposed business and many of those who did later used the experience to seek work as employees, a return to the vocational training aims of the mid-1970s. In many ways, this approach reflects the emphasis increasingly adopted by management development thinking which, in turn, reflected the influence of human resource development ideas (Guest, 1987).

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