Wharton SPUR is a unique program that provides a select group of up to 10 highly motivated students an opportunity to design and perform in-depth research over a 10-week period in the summer under the guidance of some of Wharton’s preeminent faculty members. Additionally, the program forms a community of scholars in which students can hear research presentations by faculty members and doctoral students, learn about resources for research, and learn vicariously about other areas of inquiry through the sharing of research experiences.

Follow


Undergraduate Working Papers from 2017

PDF

Managements' Overconfident Tone and Corporate Policies, Sin Tae Kim

PDF

Extending Benchmarks For Commodity Investments, Vinayak Kumar

PDF

Assessing Models using Monte Carlo Simulations, Simon Oh

PDF

Race and Higher Education: Is the LSAT systemic of racial differences in education attainment?, Mona E. Robbins

PDF

Race and Law School: The Intersection of Obstacles for Aspiring Black Lawyers, Hope Smith

Undergraduate Working Papers from 2016

PDF

Stock Market Valuation Using Internet Search Volumes: US-China Comparison, Wan Jiang

PDF

Effects of Bank Mergers on Risk Leading Up to the 2007-2008 Mortgage Crisis, JinAh Kim

PDF

Operational Benefits and Barriers to Physician-Hospital Integration, Wen Tao Zhang

Undergraduate Working Papers from 2015

PDF

The Organic Food Industry: An Analysis of Supply and Demand via Aggregate Prices, Caitlin Cronin

PDF

Finding Passion and Purpose: A Study of How Wharton Students View Work and Life, Leah Davidson

PDF

Nurse Work Environment and Hospital Outcomes, Jae Hyuk (John) Han

PDF

Examining Suicide Rates in Japan and South Korea: An Actuarial Analysis, Elliot Oblander

PDF

Surgery for Patients in Extremis: Reasonable Care or Surgical Futility?, Sagar Patel

PDF

Factors Affecting Vaccination Demand in the United States, Michael Ruan

PDF

Meta-Analysis of Evidence from the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index, Jordan Sanders

PDF

The Economics of Orphan Drugs: The Effectiveness of Priority Review Vouchers on the Development of Drugs to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases, Rob Warshaw