Jan Bartholdy

1956 - 2022 Bookmark

Offentliggjort den 26.01.2022:
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<p>Min kære mand vores fantastiske far og FARFAR søn, bror, svigerfar, morbror og svoger<br />Jan Bartholdy<br />* 14. december 1956<br />er lige pludselig og alt for tidligt død<br />den 21. januar 2022<br />Paula og Familien<br />Bisættelsen finder sted fra Malling Kirke tirsdag den 1. februar kl. 13.00<br />Familien frabeder sig blomster ved bisættelsen. I stedet kan der doneres til Hjerteforeningen og Gigtforeningen på vegne af Jan. Der er oprettet MobilePay indsamling på 0452TN</p> Strand

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Du er savnet - dit dejlige humør glemmer vi aldrig❤️

Birgitte og Peter


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Kære Jan. Du vil blive savnet. Det har altid været en fornøjelse at møde dig til diverse konferencer og faglige møder og få en sjov og opmuntrende snak.

Carsten Sørensen


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Charlotte Sparrevohn


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Jan organized two NFN PhD workshops in Aarhus, first in 2013 and again last year (2021) when it was online. He also organized the Young Scholars’ Workshop in 2017 which required, among other organizing tasks, a large fundraising effort. Moreover, he has over years organized a number of intensive PhD courses at Aarhus University with international faculty like, e.g., Mark Flannery. These intensive PhD courses have benefitted NFN students tremendously over the years. Jan always spoke highly about NFN and our activities and valued greatly our efforts. It was always a pleasure to meet with him. He had lots of opinions, ideas, and was always willing to chat about whatever topic. He was very open about his own life and willing to share his experiences from it, in particular, his many years in New Zealand. We believe he really enjoyed life in general, good food and wine, and talked very warmly about his family including his old mother. We will remember and miss his always deep and insightful discussions at the PhD workshops, his engagement to make NFN and Nordic PhD students excel, his warm personality, great sense of humor, and interesting conversations in every aspect of life. On behalf of the Nordic Finance Network (NFN), Mikko Leppämäki and Kristian Miltersen

On behalf of the Nordic Finance Network (NFN), Mikko Leppämäki and Kristian Miltersen


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Obituary of Associate Professor Jan Bartholdy On Sunday 23 January, we received the message about Jan’s sudden and much too early passing. Jan was only 65 years old. Jan was born in Copenhagen and began his studies as cand.polit. there but chose to finish his studies at Queen’s University in Canada. Here, Jan met his wife, Paula, who is Irish. They both received their PhD degree from Queen’s University. After graduating, Jan was employed at Saint Mary’s University in Canada. Following a couple of years in Canada, the course was set for New Zealand where Paula and Jan were employed at the University of Otago in Southern New Zealand. After 10 years in New Zealand, the family settled in Malling, Denmark, and in 1999, Jan was employed at Aarhus School of Business, now Aarhus University. Around the same time as Jan’s employment, Aarhus School of Business had initiated an internationalization of the school’s study programmes. English became the teaching language of most existing study programmes, and new study programmes with an international perspective were established. A Master’s degree in Finance and International Business (cand.merc. FIB) was the first study programme taught in English at Aarhus School of Business. Jan’s international background proved very useful here, and Jan’s personality was also a decisive factor in the great success of the new master’s degree programme. Jan’s personal approach to the students and his eminent teaching skills made him a highly valued lecturer and key figure in the establishment of the study programme. Jan was a popular lecturer who had high expectations of his students – which was greatly appreciated by them. Throughout his career, Jan has been a dedicated and committed researcher – wide-ranging within corporate finance – and with a large, international network. We will remember Jan as a good friend and inspiring colleague who had the ability to think outside the box. We will also remember him for his ability to engage students in learning. Jan enjoyed having a good laugh and had a great sense of humour. Jan will be missed by students and colleagues. Jan is survived by his wife, Paula and three adult children. Our thoughts go out to Jan’s family for the loss of a caring and loving husband and father. In respect of Jan’s memory. On behalf of Department of Economics and Business Economics, Aarhus University, Anders Grosen and Frank Pedersen

On behalf of Department of Economics and Business Economics, Anders Grosen and Frank Pedersen


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Mindeord om Lektor Jan Bartholdy Søndag den 23. januar fik vi den triste besked om Jans pludselige og alt for tidlige død. Jan blev kun 65 år. Jan var født i København og påbegyndte cand.polit.-studiet her, men valgte at tage en del af uddannelsen på Queen´s University i Canada. Her mødte Jan sin kone Paula, som kom fra Irland. De afsluttede begge deres ph.d-studier på Queen´s University. Efter endt uddannelse fik Jan ansættelse på Saint Mary´s University i Canada. Efter nogle år i Canada gik turen til New Zealand, hvor både Paula og Jan fik ansættelse på University of Otago i det sydlige New Zealand. Efter 10 år i New Zealand bosatte familien sig i Malling, og Jan fik i 1999 ansættelse på Handelshøjskolen i Aarhus, nu en del af Aarhus Universitet. Jan blev ansat samtidig med, at uddannelserne på Handelshøjskolen blev internationaliseret. Engelsk blev undervisningssproget på de fleste eksisterende uddannelser og nye uddannelser med et internationalt perspektiv blev etableret. Den første nye engelsksprogede uddannelse var cand.merc. i Finance and International Business. Her var der brug for Jans internationale baggrund, og hans personlighed var en af de afgørende faktorer for den store succes, som den nye cand.merc.-​uddannel​se fik. Hans personlige tilgang til de studerende og hans eminente evner som underviser gjorde ham til en særdeles værdifuld og central person for uddannelsen. Jan var en afholdt underviser, som stillede meget store krav til de studerende – krav som de studerende satte stor pris på. Jan har gennem hele sin karriere været en dedikeret og engageret forsker – bredt favnende indenfor corporate finance – og med et stort internationalt netværk. Vi vil huske Jan som en rigtig god ven og inspirerende kollega, der var god til at tænke ud af boksen. Han vil også blive husket for sin evne til at skabe engagement i sin undervisning. Jan elskede et godt grin og havde en dejlig rå humor. Jan vil blive savnet af både studerende og kollegaer. Jan efterlader sig Paula og tre voksne børn. Vore tanker går i særlig grad til Jans familie for tabet af en omsorgsfuld og kærlig familiefar. Æret være Jans minde. På vegne af Institut for Økonomi, Aarhus Universitet, Anders Grosen og Frank Pedersen

På vegne af Institut for Økonomi, Aarhus Universitet, Anders Grosen og Frank Pedersen


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