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The constitution and management of companies jointly between several matrices is, undoubtedly, a growing phenomenon in the business landscape of the last decades. The new economic context has generated an increasing need for collaboration or business restructuring and one of the most used forms has been the so-called joint ventures, joint ventures, joint subsidiaries or, in its well-used Anglo-Saxon terminology, joint ventures. The present study analyzes in depth this figure of the common company from the perspective of the Law and the Politics of the Competition. Specifically, it is intended to understand and evaluate the design of the community control model of joint ventures in the past and especially in the present, making reflections and recommendations for the future. In addition, relevant data are extracted to assess the operation of the double standard concentrations-cooperations in the community system and, more generally, some useful observations are made for the design of any antitrust system. Although a predominantly legal study, an economic analysis of the anticompetitive risks and efficiencies that can be generated by joint ventures in general and each type of joint venture in particular has also been carried out. The results have been synthesized in practical and easy to use tables. Special attention has also been paid to the legal and political context of the model chosen or projected. In this way, it has been possible to identify and evaluate not only the law in force and its application in practice but more generally Community policy in relation to joint ventures. The result is a rigorous monograph on a complex and very frequent figure that should be of interest and be very useful to lawyers, judges, economic consultants, public authorities and other experts in Law and Competition Policy, not only in Spain and the European Union But also the constitution and management of companies jointly between several matrices is, undoubtedly, a growing phenomenon in the business landscape of the last decades. The new economic context has generated a growing need for collaboration or business restructuring and one of the most used forms has been the so-called joint ventures, joint ventures, joint subsidiaries or, in its well-used Anglo-Saxon terminology, joint ventures. The present study analyzes this figure of the common company from the perspective of the Law and the Politics of the Competition. Specifically, it is intended to understand and evaluate the design of the community control model of joint ventures in the past and especially in the present, making reflections and recommendations for the future. In addition, relevant data are extracted to assess the operation of the double standard concentrations-cooperations in the community system and, more generally, some useful observations are made for the design of any antitrust system. Although a predominantly legal study, an economic analysis of the anticompetitive risks and efficiencies that can be generated by joint ventures in general and each type of joint venture in particular has also been carried out. The results have been synthesized in practical and easy to use tables. Special attention has also been paid to the legal and political context of the chosen or projected model. In this way, it has been possible to identify and evaluate not only the law in force and its application in practice but more generally Community policy in relation to joint ventures. The result is a rigorous monograph on a complex and very frequent figure which should be of interest and be very useful to lawyers, judges, economic consultants, public authorities and other experts in Law and Competition Policy, not only in Spain and the European Union But Also