My experience with voting on the reviewing queues is that the community quickly votes to close question even when the user is visibly new to Econ.SE.
The last example of this sort is this question, obviously from a new user with no experience on other SE sites, which got 3 close vote in less than an hour.
I tend to believe that with new users, it is better practice to tell them what's wrong and give them a chance to improve their question (like @Foobar did in the linked question). I am worried that if we close questions too fast, we will deter new user who just need some time to learn about the best way to ask questions here.
So my question is : should we vote to close differently for new vs. experienced users ?