In my view such questions:
a) Can very easily come out as "too broad" (so guidelines to the OP)
b) In reality they are usually really complex, since they are actual real-world economic phenomena
c) It would take a professional economist a whole paper (at least), and not just an on-screen post, to reach a conclusion.
So I consider them as the hardest challenge to our experts -to be able to formulate a condensed answer, providing some directions and tentative conclusions based on theory and on some relevant real-world info/experience, while keeping visible the parameters of the specific real-world issue that their answer has to leave out. This is applied economics (not econometrics).
So, given that many people here (including myself) would want to see a fair amount of activity coming from experts, I say they should prove that they are worthy of this positive bias in favor of them.
To conclude, some guidance to the OP when needed to make the question as focused as possible, and keep the questions in, in order to see our experts deliver -or not see them.