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aggregate employment alternatives analysis Assar Lindbeck assume bargaining theories ceteris paribus developing countries dichotomy between primary-sector disutility efficiency wage theory employment and unemployment employment creation employment decisions endogenous productivities endogenous tastes equilibrium level exogenous heterogeneities exogenously given expected primary-sector labor explanation of unemployment firm's function Harris-Todaro model Harris-Todaro theory hiring cost incentive to join increase in primary-sector job search join the secondary join the unemployment labor demand labor market segmentation LEO Svensson level of primary-sector level of unemployment marginal product market power market-clearing non-market-clearing wages p-workers primary-sector employment primary-sector jobs primary-sector labor income primary-sector wage real wage relative remain unemployed retention scenario return from secondary-sector rise in primary-sector s-workers searching for primary-sector secondary sector secondary-sector employees secondary-sector employment secondary-sector productivity secondary-sector workers segmented labor markets Snower unemployed workers unemployment and secondary-sector unemployment creation effect unemployment in segmented unemployment pool unprivileged workers utility differentials wage setting workers choose workers differ