Economics runs at a snail's pace because money's "evil" and it's a "social science" and "not precise like physics". Anyone with those viewpoints, please spare me your comments and answers.
That being said, does anyone have any theories what the demand curve equation should generally look like based upon empirical data? If anyone needs a set of data-points, I'll be happy to provide it, but I'm hoping there's someone out there who's looked at some data sets and has an idea what the general form could be.
Again, please no nonsense replies about how economics isn't a science or how it's hopelessly imprecise. That kind of ignorance is no help.
Many thanks in advance!