Enikő Vígh has five years’ experience in the assessment of climate change effects on Hungarian agriculture, developing farm-level greenhouse gas emission calculation tool, involved in the evaluation of national Rural Development Programme and strategic planning of Common Agricultural Policy 2020 forward. She is a research assistant at the Research Institute of Agricultural Economics Department of Environmental Research. She graduated in November 2020 with her dissertation titled “Effects of climate change on farmers’ economic decisions” in Doctoral School of Management and Organizational Sciences at Szent István University Kaposvár Campus. Her research findings titled “Crop Productivity and Climatic Conditions: Evidence from Hungary” were published in Agriculture journal. She is involved in EFFECT European Horizon 2020 project, the objective of the project is to analyse, develop and test contracts in the agricultural sector.