Peer-refereed journal articles
Luckman, M. & Harvey, A. (2019). The financial and educational outcomes of Bachelor degree non-completers, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 41(1), 3-17.
Tootell, N., & Brett, M. (2018). Equity at and beyond the boundary of the Australian university: student equity within third party delivery and non-university higher education institutions. Peer-refereed paper in conference proceedings of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Conference, Melbourne, 28-30 November.
Andrewartha, L. & Harvey, A. (submitted, 2018). Supporting military veterans in Australian higher education. Journal of Veterans Studies.
Harvey, A. & Mallman, M. (accepted, forthcoming, 2018). Beyond cultural capital: understanding the strengths of new migrants within higher education, Special Issue: Policy Futures in Education, eds Molla and Pham.
Molla, T., Harvey, A. & Sellar, S. (2018). Access to Languages Other than English in Australian Universities: An Educational Pipeline of Privilege, Higher Education Research and Development.
Harvey, A. & Tootell, N. (submitted, 2017). Alternative aspirations: Understanding the intentions of Australian secondary school students who do not aspire to higher education. Higher Education Research and Development.
Andrewartha, L. & Harvey, A. (2017). Student voice and influence on employability in Australian higher education. Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 8(1), 202–214
Andrewartha, L.& Harvey, A. (2017). Overcoming adversity: the strengths of care leavers in Australian higher education. International Studies in Widening Participation, 4(2), 52-64.
Harvey, A. & Szalkowicz, G. (2017). From departure to arrival: Re-engaging students who have withdrawn from university, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 41(1), 79-97, DOI: 10.1080/0309877X.2015.1062852
Andrewartha, L. & Harvey, A. (2017). Employability and student equity in higher education: the role of university careers services. Australian Journal of Career Development, 26(2), 71-80.
Harvey, A. (2017). Translating academic research to higher education policy reform: the case of enabling programs, International Studies in Widening Participation, 4(1).
Tootell, N. & Harvey, A. (submitted, 2017). Equity and complexity: regional school students and the challenge of university admissions. Special edition: problematising rurality in higher education policy & practice. Rural Society, 27(2).
Harvey, A., Andrewartha, L., & Luckman, M. (2016). Care leavers in Australian higher education: towards evidence-based practice. Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal, 46, 6-18.
Harvey, A. & Szalkowicz, G. (2016). Developing multiple exit pathways within undergraduate courses. International Studies in Widening Participation, 3(1), 52-67.
McNamara, P., Harvey, A., & Andrewartha, L. (forthcoming, 2017). Passports out of poverty: raising access to higher education for care leavers in Australia. Children and Youth Services Review, Special Issue.
Mestan, K. (2016). Why students drop out of the Bachelor of Arts. Higher Education Research & Development. doi: 10.1080/07294360.2016.1139548
Harvey, A., Andrewartha, L. & McNamara, P. (2015). A forgotten cohort? Including people from out-of-home care in Australian higher education policy. Australian Journal of Education. DOI: 10.1177/0004944115587529
Harvey, A. & Reyes, K. (2015). Employability and equity: A comparative international analysis. Peer-refereed paper in conference proceedings of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA). Melbourne, July.
Mestan, K. & Harvey, A. (2014). The higher education continuum: access, achievement and outcomes among students from non-English speaking backgrounds. Higher Education Review, Spring, 46(2), 61-80.
Harvey, A. & Luckman, M. (submitted). Equity and academic achievement within a Common First Year curriculum model. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice.
Harvey, A.. & Luckman, M. (2014). Beyond Demographics: Predicting student attrition within the Bachelor of Arts degree. International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, March, 5(1), 19-29.
Harvey, A. (2014). Early and Delayed Offers to Under-represented University Students. Australian Journal of Education, 58(2), 167-181. doi:10.1177/0004944114523367
Andrewartha, L. & Harvey, A. (2014). Willing and enabled: the academic outcomes of a tertiary enabling program in regional Australia. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 54(1), 50-68.
Mestan, K. & Harvey, A. (2013). Increasing school engagement through theme-based curriculum. Peer-refereed paper in conference proceedings of the Australian Association for Research in Education, Adelaide.
Harvey, A. & Andrewartha, L. (2013). Dr Who? Equity and diversity among university postgraduate and higher degree cohorts. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 35(2), 112-123.
Harvey, A., Burnheim, C., Joschko, L. & Luckman, M. (2012). From Aspiration to Destination: Understanding the Decisions of University Applicants in Regional Victoria. Peer-refereed paper in Joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association, December.
Harvey, A. & Simpson, A. (2012). Powers of Prediction: Can school recommendations forecast university achievement?. Journal of Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 14 (special issue).
Harvey, A. (2011). Redirecting the male: strategies to raise male enrolments on regional campuses. In C. M. Klinger and N. Murray (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st International Australasian Conference On Enabling Access To Higher Education 2011 : 5-7 December 2011, Adelaide, Australia, National Committee of Enabling Educators (NCEE) and University of South Australia, Adelaide, S. Aust.
Harvey, A. (2010). Higher Education: A new frontier of nationalism?. International Journal of Learning. Common Ground Publishing.
Harvey, A. (2010). The Utopian Diaspora: Australians in Paraguay. In L. DePretto, G. Macri and C. Wong (Eds.), Diasporas journal, 120, 299-309. Oxfordshire, England: Inter-Disciplinary press. ISBN: 978-1-84888-019-1.