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MUROMATSU Keiko

Faculty
Department of Law
Institute of Social Sciences
Institute of Human Sciences
Center for Global Innovation Studies
PositionProfessor
Mail
HomepageURLhttps://nrid.nii.ac.jp/en/nrid/1000000312471/
Birthday
Last Updated :2018/09/23

Researcher Profile and Settings

Profile & Settings

    profile:Columbia University Certified Executive and Organizational Coach
    Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach
    Certified Career Transition Coach
    Hogan Assessments(HPI、HDS、MVPI)Certified User & Interpreter
    TOEIC® Score 990

Education

  • Columbia Coaching Certification Program, Columbia Business School/ Teachers College
  • Doctoral Course, University of Maryland, College Park (Fulbright Scholar)
  • Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Doctoral Program
  • Master's Course, Hosei University, Graduate School of Business Administration (Major: Life-long Learning and Career Studies)
  • Master's Course, Indiana University, Bloomigton (Rotary Scholar)
  • Doctoral Course, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Letters
  • Master's Course, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Letters

Degree

  • Ph.D., University of Maryland
  • MBA, Hosei University
  • MA, University of Maryland
  • ML, Hokkaido University
  • MA, Indiana University

Association Memberships

  • ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT
  • INTERNATIONAL COACH FEDERATION
  • ASIA PACIFIC CAREER DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
  • COLUMBIA COACHING LEARNING ASSOCIATION
  • THE ACADEMIC ASSOCIATION FOR ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCE
  • THE COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN
  • THE JAPAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE ENGLISH TEACHERS

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2006  - 現在, Toyo University, Faculty of Law
  •   2013  - 2014 , Columbia Business School, Visiting Scholar
  •   2004  - 2006 , Takushoku University, Graduate School of Language Education/ Faculty of Foreign Languages, Associate Professor
  •   2002  - 2003 , New York University, Visiting Scholar
  •   1998  - 2004 , Asahikawa Medical University, School of Medicine, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of English
  •   1998 , MIT, Visiting Scholar
  •   1996 , Emory University, Research Associate
  •   1993 , University of Connecticut, Visiting Research Scholar

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Management, Management
  • Linguistics, Linguistics

Research Interests

    Executive Coaching, Strategy, Career, Global Leadership, Learning, Management Communication, English, Leadership, Coaching, Communication, Management Education

Published Papers

  • What Executives Need to Develop for Success: A Three-Dimensional Model of Skills for Learning in Executive Coaching, Keiko Muromatsu, 31st Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Creative Disruption: Managing in a Digital Age, Conference Proceedings, 1725 - 1741, 12 , Refereed
  • Use and Function of Assessments in Executive Coaching, Keiko Muromatsu, The Journal of Contemporary Social Sciences, (14) 57 - 64, 03
  • Athletes’ Careers: Perspectives and Subjects of Research for the “Modern Problems of Sports”, Keiko Muromatsu, Institute of Social Sciences Research Project “Modern Problems of Sports”, Project Paper No. 6. Institute of Social Sciences. Tokyo: Toyo University., 1 - 20, 05
  • Transitions of Women around the Noon of Life: Turning Points, Crises, and Eye-Opening Experiences that Changed the Way they Work, Keiko Muromatsu, The Journal of Contemporary Social Sciences, (13) 55 - 64, 03
  • Reframing as Learning and its Application to Executive and Organizational Coaching, Keiko Muromatsu, The 28th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: Reshaping Management for Impact, 12 , Refereed
  • Multiplicity and Mutual Exclusiveness of Career Anchors: An Analysis from a Linguistics Research Perspective, Keiko Muromatsu, Toyohogaku, 58, (2) 190 - 212, 12
  • An Inquiry into Role Models, Keiko Muromatsu, Institute of Social Sciences Working Paper Series No. 1201. Institute of Social Sciences. Tokyo: Toyo University., 1 - 14, 03
  • Interactions among Self, Action, and Environment in Career Change : A Theoretical Study of Working Identity, Keiko Muromatsu, Toyohogaku, 東洋法学, 56, (3) 278 - 308, 03
  • Research Transition in Mid-Career, Keiko Muromatsu, Institute of Social Sciences Working Paper Series No. 1101. Institute of Social Sciences. Tokyo: Toyo University., 1 - 12, 03
  • Career Innovation: A Perspective from S-Curve Theory, Keiko Muromatsu, Institute of Social Sciences Working Paper Series No. 1003. Institute of Social Sciences. Tokyo: Toyo University., 1 - 10, 03
  • Promoting Successful Career Change: Ibarra's (2003) Three Actions Considered from the Perspective of Levinson (1978), Keiko Muromatsu, The Journal of Contemporary Social Sciences, 現代社会研究, (7) 69 - 78, 03
  • Dynamics of Career Change in Working Identity, Keiko Muromatsu, Taikaironbunshuu, The Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Industrial Counseling, 88 - 91, 08
  • Dynamics of Career Change: A Theoretical Study of Interactions among Self, Action, and Environment in Working Identity, Keiko Muromatsu, Master's Thesis, Hosei University
  • An Analysis of John's Narrative in Working Identity : A Psychology of Career Change in Mid-Life, Keiko Muromatsu, Toyohogaku, 東洋法学, 52, (1) 289 - 312, 09
  • A Successful Business Career from the Perspective of Planned Happenstance Theory: Take a Step Forward and Act in Your Mid-Life Transition, Keiko Muromatsu, The Journal of Contemporary Social Sciences, 現代社会研究, (5) 31 - 41, 02
  • The Interaction of Conjunction and Negation, Keiko Muromatsu, The Bulletin of the Institute of Human Sciences, Toyo University, 東洋大学人間科学総合研究所紀要, (7) 33 - 46, 03
  • Some Notes on the Dimensionality of Event Nominals : Time-Measures and Time-Classifiers, Keiko Muromatsu, Takushoku Language Studies, 拓殖大学語学研究, 111, 111 - 127, 03
  • Disjunction and Negation : Their Interaction in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, Takushoku Language Studies, 拓殖大学語学研究, 108, 1 - 23, 03
  • Japanese ‘be’ is ‘he’ is ‘that one’, Keiko Muromatsu, Proceedings of the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, USA, 4432 - 4440, 01
  • Sentence Extensions from an Antisymmetric Perspective, Keiko Muromatsu, Takushoku Language Studies, 拓殖大学語学研究, 107, 103 - 118, 12
  • The Count/Mass Distinction and the Ordering of Adjectives, Keiko Muromatsu, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 37, Cambridge, MA, USA, 193 - 209, Refereed
  • Stages as Temporal Parts of Individuals, Keiko Muromatsu, The Proceedings from the Main Session of the Chicago Linguistic Society’s Thirty-Sixth Meeting (CLS 36-1), Chicago, USA, 311 - 325
  • Determiners and Nouns, Keiko Muromatsu, Report of the Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West 1999, University of Tsukuba, 377 - 414, 03
  • Notes on Two Types of Partitives: Individuals and Stages of Individuals, Keiko Muromatsu, The Annual Report of Asahikawa Medical College, 21, 69 - 90, 03
  • On the Syntax of Classifiers, Keiko Muromatsu, Doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland, USA, 12
  • The Context Feature and Specificity, Keiko Muromatsu, Proceedings of TACL Summer Institute of Linguistics 1997 (TACL 4), 85 - 96, Refereed
  • Two Types of Existentials: Evidence from Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, Lingua Vol. 101: Lingua Special on the Syntax of Possession and the Verb 'Have', 245 - 269, Refereed
  • Noun Phrase Structure for PAPPI, Keiko Muromatsu, NEC Research Institute Technical Report, NEC Research Institute, Princeton, NJ, USA
  • Adjective Position and Individual-Level/ Stage-Level Predicates, Keiko Muromatsu, Proceedings of TACL Summer Institute of Linguistics 1996 (TACL 3), 73 - 84, Refereed
  • Two Types of Existentials in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, Proceedings of the 1994 Mid-America Linguistics Confrence, the University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA, 173 - 188, Refereed
  • The Classifier as a Primitive: Individuation, Referability, and Argumenthood, Keiko Muromatsu, University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics 3, 144 - 180, Refereed
  • Integrals and the Internal Structure of Possessives, Keiko Muromatsu, Master's thesis, University of Maryland, USA, 12
  • Integrals in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics 2, 136 - 158, Refereed
  • Notes on Parallelism in Gapping, Keiko Muromatsu, Proceedings of the Fourth Summer Conference of the Tokyo Linguistics Forum (TLF 4), 87 - 102, Refereed
  • On Thematic Parallelism in Gapping, Keiko Muromatsu, Journal of the English Literary Society of Japan, Hokkaido, 北海道英語英文学, 35, 73 - 85, 06 , Refereed
  • On the Parallelism in Gapping, Keiko Muromatsu, Master's Thesis, Hokkaido University, 01

Misc

  • Learning at University in the Age of Life-Long Learning, Keiko Muromatsu, Gakushushitsu, Toyo-Tsushin, 54, (5) 9 - 14,   2017 12
  • Aspects of English Words, Keiko Muromatsu, Gakushushitsu, Toyo-Tsushin, 53, (3) 4 - 7,   2016 08
  • Ambiguity and Similarity, Keiko Muromatsu, Gakushushitsu, Toyo-Tsushin, 52, (3) 8 - 15,   2015 08
  • Selective Imitation Strategy, Keiko Muromatsu, Oasis, Toyo-Tsushin, 50, (6) 6 - 8,   2013 09
  • Selective Attention, Keiko Muromatsu, Oasis, Toyo-Tsushin, 49, (10,11) 6 - 8,   2013 01
  • Mid-life Opportunity, Keiko Muromatsu, Oasis, Toyo-Tsushin, 49, (7) 7 - 8,   2012 10
  • An Effective Way of Building Vocabulary: Learning English Words as You Learn Chinese Characters, Keiko Muromatsu, Gakushushitsu, Toyo-Tsushin, 48, (4,5) 12 - 16,   2011 07
  • Considering Your Career, Keiko Muromatsu, Oasis, Toyo-Tsushin, 47, (6) 6 - 9,   2010 09
  • Keys to the Study of the English Language from the Perspective of its History, Keiko Muromatsu, Gakushushitsu, Toyo-Tsushin, 46, (6) 18 - 22,   2009 09
  • Life-Long Learning Strategy, Keiko Muromatsu, Oasis, Toyo, 45, (2) 8 - 10,   2008 05
  • What You Want to Learn in University, Keiko Muromatsu, Faculty of Law Subtext, Toyo University,   2007 03

Books etc

  • Linguistic Variation Yearbook Vol. 1
    Keiko Muromatsu (ed. Pierre Pica and Johan Rooryck)
    Joint WorkAdjective Ordering as the Reflection of a Hierarchy in the Noun System: A Study from the Perspective of Numeral Classifiers, pp. 181-207John Benjamins: Amsterdam  2003
  • Fucntional Structure(s), Form and Interpretation: Perspectives from East Asian Languages
    Keiko Muromatsu (ed. Yen-hui Audrey Li and Andrew Simpson)
    Joint WorkClassifiers and the Count-Mass Distinction, pp. 65-96RoutledgeCurzon: London  2003

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Transitions of a University’s Alumni: The Case of Bankers, Keiko Muromatsu, 2018 National Career Development Association (NCDA) Global Career Development Conference: Leading the Way by Integrating Theory, Research and Practice. Hyatt Regency Phoenix, Arizona, USA.,   2018 06 23
  • What Executives Need to Develop for Success: A Three-Dimensional Model of Skills for Learning in Executive Coaching, Keiko Muromatsu, 31st Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Creative Disruption: Managing in a Digital Age, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.,   2017 12 08
  • Athletes’ Careers: Perspectives and Subjects of Research for the “Modern Problems of Sports”, Keiko Muromatsu, Institute of Social Sciences Research Project “Modern Problems of Sports”, Toyo University Institute of Social Sciences,   2016 03 01
  • Reframing as Learning and its Application to Executive and Organizational Coaching, Keiko Muromatsu, The 28th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM): Reshaping Management for Impact. UTS Business School, Sydney, Australia.,   2014 12 04
  • Tiers of Career Anchors: Multiple Career Anchors in Japanese Alumni, Keiko Muromatsu, The 2014 Asia Pacific Career Development Association Annual Conference. Hale Koa Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.,   2014 05 20
  • Career Change by Mid-Career Professionals in Ibarra (2003) from the Perspective of Levinson (1978), Keiko Muromatsu, The 2010 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.,   2010 01 14
  • Dynamics of Career Change in Working Identity, Keiko Muromatsu, The Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Industrial Counseling. Hosei University, Japan.,   2009 08 29
  • The TOEIC® Score Before and After: Further Data on the Factors that Make a Difference in University Students, Keiko Muromatsu, The 2008 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.,   2008 01 11
  • The TOEIC® Score Before and After: The Factors that Make a Difference in University Students, Keiko Muromatsu, The 2007 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Pacific Beach Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.,   2007 01 12
  • Japanese ‘be’ is ‘he’ is ‘that one’, Keiko Muromatsu, The 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.,   2005 01 16
  • Disjunction and Negation: The Interaction in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, The 2004 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Renaissance Ilikai Waikiki Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA,   2004 01 08
  • Interaction of Disjunction and Negation in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, The Thirty-Second Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest (LASSO). University of Texas - Pan American, USA.,   2003 10 17
  • Individuals and Stages of Individuals, Keiko Muromatsu, The Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest (LASSO). Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico.,   2000 10 13
  • Specificity, the Strong/Weak Distinction and Numeral Classifiers, Keiko Muromatsu, From NP to DP: Antwerp International Conference on Syntax and Pragma-Semantics of Noun Phrases. Antwerp University, Belgium.,   2000 02 11
  • Phrase Structure and Ambiguity, Keiko Muromatsu, Forty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the English Literary Society of Japan. Sapporo University, Japan.,   1999 10 03
  • Determiners and Nouns, Keiko Muromatsu, Workshop “Determiners and Quantification”, The Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West. University of Tsukuba, Japan.,   1999 06 12
  • Classifiers and the Count/Mass Distinction, Keiko Muromatsu, A Symposium on Diachronic and Synchronic Studies of Syntax of East Asian Languages. University of Southern California, USA.,   1998 11 06
  • The Count/Mass Distinction and the Ordering of Adjectives, Keiko Muromatsu, The Tenth Student Conference in Linguistics (SCIL), Special Theme: Linguistics in Cognitive Science. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA.,   1998 06 06
  • Hierarchy in the Noun System, Keiko Muromatsu, Workshop “Interface Requirements on Syntactic Structures in the Minimalist Program”, The Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the English Linguistic Society of Japan. Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.,   1997 11 23
  • Noun Phrase Structure and Interpretation of Adjectives, Keiko Muromatsu, Workshop, Center of Excellence. Kanda University of International Studies, Japan.,   1997 11 22
  • The Context Feature and Specificity, Keiko Muromatsu, The Fourth Summer Institute of Tokyo Area Circle of Linguistics (TACL). Otsuma Women’s University, Japan.,   1997 09 09
  • Parts, Wholes, and Adjectives, Keiko Muromatsu, The Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest (LASSO). Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA.,   1996 10 11
  • Adjective Position and Individual-Level/Stage-Level Predicates, Keiko Muromatsu, The Third Summer Institute of Tokyo Area Circle of Linguistics (TACL). Otsuma Women’s University, Japan.,   1996 09 13
  • Noun Phrase Structure for PAPPI (Principles-and-Parameters-based Parser), Keiko Muromatsu, The NEC Research Institute Summer Conference. NEC Research Institute, Princeton, USA.,   1996 08 23
  • The Syntax of Possession and the Verb Have in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, The Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE), Workshop on the Syntax of Possession and the Verb ‘Have’. University of Leiden, The Netherlands.,   1995 09 01
  • The Classifier as a Primitive: Individuation, Referability, and Argumenthood, Keiko Muromatsu, The Eighteenth GLOW Colloquium, The Poster Session. University of Tromso, Norway.,   1995 06 01
  • Integrals and Spatials: Two Types of Existentials in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, The Seventh Student Conference in Linguistics (SCIL). University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA.,   1995 04 09
  • Integrals and Spatials in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu, The Twenty-Ninth Mid-America Linguistics Conference (MALC). University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA.,   1994 10 14
  • Definiteness in Possessives, Keiko Muromatsu, The Fourth Student Conference of the University of Maryland. University of Maryland, College Park, USA.,   1994 05 13
  • Notes on Parallelism in Gapping, Keiko Muromatsu, The Fourth Summer Conference of the Tokyo Linguistics Forum (TLF). Otsuma Women’s University, Japan.,   1990 08 29
  • Ellipsis in Parallel Structures., Keiko Muromatsu, The Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the English Literary Society of Japan, Hokkaido Branch. Sapporo University, Japan.,   1989 09 30

Research Grants & Projects

  • Focusing on a leader’s strength or a leader’s weakness: A comparative study of contrasting approaches in executive coaching, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, KAKEN Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Keiko Muromatsu
  • A study on the transformation of clients’ perspectives and behaviors by executive coaching for leadership development, The INOUE ENRYO Memorial Grant, Keiko Muromatsu
  • On the Dimensionality of Event Nominals, Keiko Muromatsu
  • Disjunction and Negation: Their Interaction in Japanese, Keiko Muromatsu
  • Human Resource Development