Verona Patrice Edmond

TitleAssociate Professor




OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 210

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Verona Patrice Edmond


Ph D: Business Administration (Entrepreneurship), Syracuse University, 2011

MS: Accountancy, University of Illinois , 1987

BS: Social Services, North Carolina A&T State University, 1976

Research Interests

New Venture Creation Minority and Women's Entrepreneurship Small/Family Business Trust Entrepreneurial Orientation

Recent Publications

Edmond, Verona  Bannon, David  Stewart, Alice  Williams, Jacqueline  (2017).  Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Leadership Skills Training.   Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.

Brannon, David  Edmond, Verona  (2016).  A Socioemotional Wealth Perspective in Small Family Firms.  (1,  22,  pp. 51).  Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal.

Brannon, David  Edmond, Verona  (2016).  Business model research using an evolutionary theory perspective.  (4,  15,  pp. 243).  International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development.

Edmond, Verona  Brannon, David  (2016).  The Choice of New Venture Partner: The Role of Trust and Familiarity.  (1,  22,  pp. 65).  Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal.

Morris, Michael  Schindehutte, Minet   Edmond, Verona  Watters, Craig   (2010).  Inner city engagement and the university: Mutuality, emergence and transformation.  (5-6,  23,  pp. 287-315).  Entrepreneurship and Regional Development.

Edmond, Verona  Wiklund, Johan  (2010).  The historic roots of entrepreneurial orientation research.  In H. Landsstrom,  Historical Foundations of Entrepreneurial Research   Edward Elgar Publishing.