According to Deutsche Welle, Iceland's government is dishing out the dough to investigate its economic collapse. And boy, has it collapsed.
This chart is pretty striking; it illustrates the annual change in the unemployment rate in Iceland (red) and the US (blue). You thought that the annual surge in the US unemployment rate was bad, +4.0% over the year to 9.7% (not seasonally adjusted), look at Iceland. Iceland's unemployment rate has blasted through the roof, up 7.7% from 1% since just last year.