I was going to ask "What are good general ways to ask for help understanding econ papers?" in main Econ SE but the editor suggested it was a subjective question likely to be closed, so I'll ask this in meta instead.
I'm a PhD student in another field with some basic micro understanding (I passed a grad-level micro course, at least, so I can do some of the math after it's explained to me) but in reading papers relevant to my research I often get lost in the math. The proverbial "second pair of eyes" would be helpful.
It's probably often just one sentence or one insight that's hanging me up, but I really need someone willing to read through the paper enough to understand the road block. I can even envision a repository of notes for major papers.
If SE isn't a good place to ask for this sort of help, are there other sources of help? I've even thought of hiring a tutor through my university's econ department.