How should we deal with questions from topics that overlaps with other stack exchange sites? Although in many cases it's clear that a question doesn't belong on one site and definitely belongs on another site, there are cases where it seems like the question falls under the scope of both sites.
To provide some examples of these ambiguities, consider the following questions and meta posts:
There is some ambiguity about where econ.SE ends and quant.SE begins:
There is similar ambiguity between mathematics and economics:
Here are a few questions that cross between stats.SE (cross validated) and our site:
These topics are generally on-topic on this site (sometimes with caveats), as described on the sites help page: https://economics.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic .
I believe that this site already has a working policy in place on how to deal with questions from topics that appear to overlap with other stack exchange site. However, my purpose in asking this question is to create a centralized place that is on the Economics.SE Meta site that we can reference whenever it comes up. Personally, I think that we have adopted and should continue to adopt the policy prescribed site-wide.