Richard III Research and Discussion Archive

Edward IV's final finances

2018-08-26 14:35:47
A J Hibbard
From reading posts here over the years, I understand there is some reason to doubt the earlier impression that Edward IV died leaving the monarchy in good shape financially.
I know about his executors refusing to administer his will & Horrox's brief work on the finances of the first part of Edward V's reign, where it looks as if Richard was himself paying for some part of the government . And of course, I know that the Woodvilles gained control of quite a few of the late king's assets, including funds that wound up with Tydder.
Can anyone recommend something written in the last half century that puts some or all of these pieces together?