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Greater London Council Ethnic Minority Business Development Initiatives: A policy review

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Since the 1980s, local authorities and central government have come to recognise ethnic minority small business development in inner city areas as a valid policy issue. This can be seen as a response to under-representation by particular black groups in the small business sector and promotion of small business as a focus of government economic policy for inner cities. The Greater London Council (GLC), prior to its abolition in 1986, played a key role in pioneering local government initiatives targeted to the needs of black owned businesses and those aspiring to be self-employed. These are now being implemented by the Greater London Enterprise Board (GLEB). The paper analyses the development and implementation of these initiatives in the wider policy context of GLC's radical economic strategy.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1988

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