Pak’s work-family research accepted for ASSA meeting


Dec. 11, 2020

Sunjin Pak, a Slippery Rock University associate professor of management and marketing, was accepted to present a paper at the Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meeting, which will be conducted virtually Jan. 3-5.

Pak will present his paper, titled “Long Working Hours Work-Family Conflict, and Work-Family Enrichment: The Mediating Role of Exhaustion and Vigor,” which used a meta-analysis to introduce a framework that integrates research on the relationship between long working hours and the work-family interface.


The ASSA Annual Meeting is hosted by the American Economic Association, a scholarly association of more than 20,000 members from academe, business, government and consulting groups. The ASSA Annual Meeting is attended by more than 13,000 people for networking and celebrating achievements in economic research. Only 10% of proposals are accepted for presentation at the conference.