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OP answering his/her own question right after posting it

General practice on the SE network seems to be to take a permissive attitude to users who answer their own questions. Our FAQ says: Can I answer my own question? Yes! Stack Exchange has always ...
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Is it allowed in this community to link to definitions proposed in other SE sites instead of copy-pasting them?

It isn't contrary to any guidance I have seen. But I suggest the question you should be asking yourself is what is convenient for those reading a post. Not providing a standard definition of an ...
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What makes a popular and insightful question?

I enjoy (some) practical questions. However the SE format is more or less for clear answers. Practical questions often do not have those. For example leading economists disagree on the medium term ...
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Where should I ask a given question, how and why is it vague what I am asking in said question?

Here's one reason why the [original, unedited] question is vague. One of the most useful mathematical topics for economics is multivariable calculus, eg when finding the optimum of a function ...
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Interdisciplinary Questions Law and Economics

Hard to say, I find that the question is long and kind of rambling. If you can make it clearer and succinct, link to the necessary legal phrases and explain on what you mean by "should", e.g. what is ...
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