At the very first stages of your literature review, start taking notes on potential data sources. Make a habit of jotting down the data used in each study you read to make it faster when you come back later in your search for data. Also, this practice can help you see and articulate how your contribution is unique. You might want to keep these notes in a table like the following for easy reference.
|Author(s) and Year of Publication||Claim||Data||Dependent Variable/Estimation Technique||Significant Findings|
See an example of this practice in action:
These search strategies are outlined at the:
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