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What happens to privileges earned during the Beta phase when a site graduates?

The last time a lot of sites were updated out of beta, the voting privileges were not changed right away, but on a case by case basis. See this query: https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/331710/345389
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economics.stackexchange.com is not properly moderated

First, the requirements are not moderator requirements they part of site rules and the site is moderated by all high rep members not just moderators. It is not necessarily moderator job to review your ...
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Why was my chat room deleted?

The room was automatically deleted by the Stack Exchange system. You can read about this policy here. The crucial part of the policy is the following: Will these rooms exist forever? Rooms ...
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How long should I wait before accepting an answer?

I'm not aware of any rule about this. My view is that it's good practice to wait a few days after posting a question before accepting an answer. The advantages of this are: It allows time for more ...
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Options for "Close" > "This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network"

Mods are able to migrate questions properly. For the time being just flag the question and let us know what site we should migrate it to.
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Which stack exchange should I ask questions about the difference between income brackets for specific jobs?

You can ask that question here. That is not quantitative finance question for sure, and it would fall under economics. However, you should make it more specific. Difference between CEO and doctor pay ...
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Statistics for posts from unregistered versus registered accounts

Please let me share stats on registered and unregistered users' posts for the last 60 days. Below one can see almost the same data as by links in the question. I defined a "bad" post as one ...
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Are there mods around and are they doing their jobs?

We usually get a pretty high number of flags everyday with regard to just closing questions already closed and users posting non-answers as answers on questions. That means even though I personally ...
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Qualification to Vote to Close a Question

I think that counter just means you can have a maximum of 25 close votes simoultaneously. After registering a close vote try to see where the counter starts from on another random question. (You don't ...
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Protect Question feature

This answer on meta.SE is quite informative about how the protection system works in general. On this site, only moderators and users with 3,500+ reputation can protect a question. For the uninitiated:...
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When should I put a bounty on a question?

A casual look over the traffic stats suggests that the busiest days are weekdays, and especially days in the middle of the working week. Tuesday and Wednesday seem to be the busiest days of all.
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How long should I wait before accepting an answer?

Standard procedure is to accept an answer when there is one that you feel has addressed your question. If a better answer comes along later, you can always switch to accepting the new one instead.
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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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How to deal with a question whose answer was different from the original question?

If your mistake is representative, let it be. If others have similar thoughts, and also wonder "How to integrate a conditional function", they will find out that - boy, that's actually not what I ...
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Is Economics S.E. the good place to ask questions about European Operational Programs (ERDF, ESF)? Their economical objectives, indicators, etc

Yes you can ask questions about those programs. They are definitely on topic per se. However, please note that even for subject matter that is on topic there are some rules here. For example: You ...
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Is Economics S.E. the good place to ask questions about European Operational Programs (ERDF, ESF)? Their economical objectives, indicators, etc

I entirely endorse the answer by 1muflon1, and would add the following, based partly on my experience of having a responsibility for EU grant claims in a UK university finance department prior to my ...
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Traffic analysis for individual questions

Re: Your "update" question I was under the impression that "Desperate grad student" is a very popular keyword, all over the world. It transcends continents and cultures, race and religion, if not ...
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Question not closing

EconJohn reopened the question—I guess because it was edited with some effort shown.
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Is it ok to create tags for specific markets?

We do have the energy tag, which might give you an idea of the scope of such sectoral tags - the energy sector is a few percent of global gdp, there is a specific research discipline of energy ...
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