Professor Belsky wants parents to be given tax breaks to help them bring up children at home.
Apparently, the British Government has pressed parents to choose centre-based care:
Mr Brown has attracted criticism ... for Labour's insistence that all mothers should work ...
It [Labour] has been heavily criticised for pressing mothers back into the workforce by giving out large sums through the tax credit system for them to spend on nurseries.
Ministers have insisted that the only way for two-parent families to ensure that they stay out of poverty is for both parents to work.
Professor Belsky wants, in contrast, parents to be put in the position in which they can at least choose to bring up children at home:
"Tax policies should support families rearing infants and young children in ways that afford parents the freedom to make child-rearing arrangements that they deem best for their child." The system should "reduce the economic coercion that necessitates many, at least in the USA and the UK, to leave the care of their children to others when they would rather not."