We have just finished running our experimental sessions for the paper “Rolling the Skewed Die: Economic Foundations of the Demand for Skewness” (co-authored with Suk Lee, Fernando Zapatero and Aleks Giga). We run a total of 14 sessions with 138 subjects at the Marshall Behavioral Research Lab. This was a pen-and-paper experiment on individual decision-making. A shout-out to the lab’s manager Brian Huh for his excellent coordination and planning as well as the RAs who helped us facilitate the smooth running of the sessions. We are currently analyzing the data and writing the related section in the paper. We hope to have a working version of the paper by the end of the Fall 2019 semester.