József Meszaros makes some statements about the pension system (and partly the political system) in the second part of his Közgazdasági Szemle article 'Social-insurance pension systems as public goods', based on a conceptual apparatus and assumptions presented in the first part of the article. The apparatus presented is inaccurate in some places and erroneous in others. The main contentions based on this (apart from being likewise inaccurate) are connected to the mathematical apparatus and the theses not by aimed proofs but by vague (although not necessarily erroneous) associations. My remarks refer to the apparatus mentioned and to the associated contentions about the pension system, not to the content of those contentions.
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