I. Discipline-Specific News, Research, & Work
/r/Economics concerns proliferation and discourse pertaining to research, news, academic work, and academic summaries from the perspective of economists.
II. Economic-Specific Quality Standards
Submissions tenuously related to economics, light on economic analysis, or from perspectives other than those of economists will be removed. Further Explanation.
III. Source Standards
Submissions must be from original sources with original headlines. Memes, self-promotion and low-quality blogs are not acceptable. Source spamming is not acceptable. Further Explanation.
IV. User Behavior Standards
Personal attacks and harassment will result in removal of comments; multiple infractions will result in a permanent ban. Please report personal attacks, racism, misogyny, or harassment you see or experience.
V. Multimedia Guidelines
Images, charts, and/or videos -- including original content -- must be submitted with a source and summary. Standards for multimedia are strict and left to moderator discretion.
VI. Off-Topic Discourse Guidelines
Comments consisting of mere jokes, nakedly political comments, circlejerking, personal anecdotes or otherwise non-substantive contributions without reference to the article, economics, or the thread at hand will be removed. Further Explanation.