Is this an Economics SE or an economy SE?
1. Question on normative, asking for, at most "qualified" opinion. Economics-related still, but this shouldn't be a discussion forum, I guess. And replying yes, no or anything else will actually be wrong as this question has no answer. Shouldn't it be suggested to reframe it as a question for references?
2. The same as above, but not even normative, just asking an opinion. Again: is this a forum?
Is this to be allowed as an admitted question [if it was posed here and not getting dumped into EconSE from other SE sites]
Ok, get the policy of helping in HW if nicely put. Here it is such a case and I get why it deserves an answer
Great question. Very good answer. With a caveat: too extensive. I think answers bigger than the screen height should be avoided. It's begging a TLDR. Wouldn't it make sense just pointing out a paper where it is concisely explained and add what is left instead of detailing everything?
[This is an example of what a question is not supposed to be but where it is appropriate: a meta forum]