Keita Kato

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Keita Kato
Otaru University of Commerce
Faculty of Commerce, Department of Commerce

Research Areas


Published Papers

The Formation of the Business System in the Strategy Deployment Process of the Corporate Domain: A Case Study on Pioneer-Japan-Group・Sixth Industrialization
SASAMOTO Kana and KATO Keita
Journal of Information and Mnagement   35(2)    2015   [Invited]
Dynamism of Entrepreneurship in Family Business: Succession of Entrepreneurs and Strategy Creation in Mizkan-Group
KATO Keita
Organizational Science   47(3) 29-39   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Long-range Dynamism and Sustainable Strategy on Old Established Companies: Long Term Analysis of Two Hatcho-miso Makers in Okazaki
KATO Keita
Organizational Science   45(1) 79-92   Sep 2011   [Refereed]
The Potentiality of Stakeholder Approach to Strategy Research
KATO Keita and KANAI Kazuyori
Osaka Economic Papers   59(2) 63-77   Sep 2009
Long-range Continuance Process and Strategic Change of Old Established Companies: Organizational Change and Organizational Learning on Kiyosu-Sakura-Jyouzo
KATO Keita
Enterpreneurial Studies   (6) 55-76   Jun 2009   [Refereed]
The New Perspective of Research on Old Established Companies: For Interpretive Approach on Strategic Management
KATO Keita
Enterpreneurial Studies   (5) 33-44   Jun 2008   [Refereed]
The Study of Strategic Management and Continuous Business: From Fields of Old Establised Companies
KATO Keita
滋賀大学大学院経済学研究科修士論文   1-63   Mar 2007   [Refereed]
Observations on the Continuation and Strategy of Old Established Company: The Will of the Kongo Gumi 32nd Generation, Kongo Yoshisada
KATO Keita and SONE Hidekazu
Biwako Journal of Economics   5(2) 13-27   Jan 2007
Limitation of Strategic Management for Growth: For New Perspective Based on Continuous Strategic management
KATO Keita
Biwako journal of Economics   5(1) 15-27   Jun 2006
A Critical Review of Study of Old Established Company: On the Perspective of Strategic Management
KATO Keita
Biwako journal of Economics   4(1) 64-78   Jan 2006