Currently the AllCoreDevs and now the Fellowship of Ethereum Magicians provide technical review of EIPs. When this work is performed, are engineers responsible for evaluating the economic implications (macro and crypto)?
A large amount of the thinking that went into the core protocol, and now going into Casper, Sharding, and so many other initiatives involve crypto-economics. As blockchains become more similar to traditional economies, initiatives may need to also consider macro-economics.
How is the community to know that expert economic review has been performed and consensus reached about the feasibility a proposal?