Which medieval European country had the best economic policy?
Medieval european countries did not have economic policies.
Taxes went to the King or Queen to fight wars and fund piracy. If they won they took over lands to gain more taxes and ransomed the captured nobility. If they lost they went into exile and tried to raise armies to regain lands. England built ships to fight, for piracy and trade. There was no universal education, no road building programs, no research, no standing armies, no health provision. Some money went into building palaces and castles and cathedrals. The Church exacted its own taxes and they did a little social work with alms houses and hospitals. For hundreds of years not much changed.
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